Column: Ukraine and ESG

by Contributor 23 June 2022

Like almost everyone in the Western world, private equity practitioners across the globe have watched in horror as events in Ukraine have unfolded over the past three months. The humanitarian disaster taking place is a cause for great sadness and concern, and we welcome the actions taken by governments that are standing against this unjustifiable act of war.

Like many peers, we have been promoting numerous fundraising and aid efforts both at Riverside and within our portfolio companies across the globe.

Categories: The ExpertESGESG policyESG regulationESG update

22 February 2024

Comment: What you need to know about ELTIF 2.0

Karma Samdup and Vicki Odette, partners at Haynes & Boone, examine how ELTIF 2.0 aims to unlock private market access for retail investors

22 February 2024

Vespa appoints sustainability manager

Linda Höglund joins the firm from Newton Investment Management Group

20 February 2024

Trinity Communications launches

Charles Clarke founded the public relations agency for asset managers and investors to help GPs grow and retain their assets in a tough fundraising environment

13 February 2024

Investec appoints head of ESG

Alicia Forry has been at the firm since 2017

8 February 2024

ESG: The fund-of-funds perspective

Once removed from the underlying portfolio, this type of LP is focused on private equity’s journey rather than instant compliance

8 February 2024

Column: Youth appeal

The Riverside Company's chief sustainability officer Dörte Höppner examines the crucial role of sustainable investing for younger investors