ESG reporting: Asian private-equity firms must pull up socks amid mounting regulatory and investor scrutiny

February 6, 2023 EcoVadis EN

Mainstream private-equity funds need to ramp up data gathering to demonstrate how ESG issues are integrated in their investment processes, law firm Morrison Foerster says
Survey of 100 Asia-headquartered fund general partners with over US$1 billion in assets under management shows only 29 per cent always require the inclusion of clauses in investment documents to enhance or ensure ESG compliance

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