Investor irony acts as a barrier to net zero

There is no time for investors to wait for conclusive answers before acting

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Aon associate partner Jennifer O’Neill

Institutional investors should overcome the “irony” of deferring net-zero commitments due to uncertainties and assumptions, Aon says.

Speaking on the Aon Retirement Podcast, senior portfolio manager of hedge funds Guy Saintfiet said that uncertainties in ESG data and standards "has led to inertia with some investors" who say they...

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