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Jenn-Hui Tan
Article 5 min read

Corporates face tougher ESG landscape

Companies continue to make progress towards their environmental, social, and governance goals. But it only gets harder from here.

Jenn-Hui Tan + 1 other | 26 January 2024

Kim Politzer
Article 3 min read

What to watch in 2024 for real estate investing

What to watch in 2024 for real estate investing

Kim Politzer + 1 other | 9 January 2024

Richard Edgar
Podcast 55 min listen

Rich Pickings podcast: Outlook 2024

Richard Edgar is joined by Fidelity's heads of investment to discuss the investment outlook for 2024.

Richard Edgar + 8 others | 19 November 2023

Paul Greer
Article 4 min read

Emerging markets and the climate financing gap: how to plug the shortfall

Emerging markets are among the nations most exposed to the environmental crisis they have the fewest resources to adapt. Sustainable debt markets could help.

Paul Greer + 1 other | 18 October 2023

Tina Chang
Article 3 min read

Field Notes: This Chinese dairy company is taking a grass-roots approach to reclaiming deserts

Deep in northern China, a dairy producer discovers that reclaiming desert land helps it build a more robust and sustainable business.

Tina Chang + 2 others | 9 October 2023

Adrian Benedict
Article 4 min read

These real estate investments promise real climate impact

These real estate investments promise real climate impact

Adrian Benedict | 2 October 2023

Ally Chin
Article 2 min read

Field Notes: Seeing the fabric of life in Bangladesh

We recently travelled to Bangladesh to see what the living and factory working conditions are like for the world’s No. 2 exporter of ready-made garments.

Ally Chin + 2 others | 4 September 2023

Paul Greer
Article 2 min read

Gabon shows how to make blue bonds work

Gabon shows how to make blue bonds work

Paul Greer | 14 August 2023

Gita Bal
Article 4 min read

Government regulation will drive real change in ESG

One of the strongest messages communicated in this year’s ESG Survey is the effectiveness of government regulation in changing companies’ behaviour.

Gita Bal | 26 June 2023

Gabriel Wilson-Otto
Article 5 min read

Regulation is shaping the future of sustainability

A key driver of ESG flows continues to be regulation and this is responding to the increased frequency and materiality of ESG-related events.

Gabriel Wilson-Otto | 14 June 2023

Anne Richards
Article 2 min read

Foreword: Anne Richards, CEO

Feedback loops are common factors of most crises, and the crisis of climate change is no different.

Anne Richards | 14 June 2023

Velislava Dimitrova
Article 3 min read

Biodiversity investing Q&A

Velislava Dimitrova, sustainable investing portfolio manager, on why biodiversity matters to investors.

Velislava Dimitrova | 14 June 2023

Tomohiro Ikawa
Article 1 min read

Chart Room: Easing Japan’s ‘June jam’ of shareholder meetings

The pile-up of annual general meetings at the end of June in Japan can be a pain for investors, but jams have been easing somewhat in a positive sign.

Tomohiro Ikawa + 1 other | 8 June 2023

Flora Wang
Article 1 min read

Chart Room: Shifting sands in China’s ESG landscape

Fidelity International's survey shows investors and customers are playing an increasingly important role in driving ESG strategies at Chinese companies.

Flora Wang + 1 other | 31 May 2023

Ben Traynor
Article 9 min read

Wild for sound: how new research is plugging biodiversity’s data deficit

We follow a team of researchers into the jungles of Borneo to learn how sound recordings could help investors and companies better assess biodiversity risks.

Ben Traynor | 22 May 2023

Eric Tse
Article 3 min read

Fundamentals: What’s next for China’s fully charged electric vehicle battery makers?

China's EV battery makers are facing overcapacity at home and increased competition abroad. But that could be a good thing - for green growth and consumers.

Eric Tse + 3 others | 29 March 2023

Juliet Pursaill
Article 2 min read

Fundamentals: American cardboard is too heavy

European packaging companies have made progress in reducing plastic use and making cardboard packaging cheaper, lighter, and greener. But US peers are lagging.

Juliet Pursaill + 2 others | 16 March 2023

Ilina Gunzinger
Article 4 min read

The phone is mightier than the pen: direct lending opens the line to engagement

The phone is mightier than the pen: direct lending opens the line to engagement

Ilina Gunzinger + 1 other | 22 February 2023

Jenn-Hui Tan
Article 5 min read

Analyst Survey 2023: Companies sticking with ESG - but one key blindspot remains

Companies are sticking with sustainability despite the economic turbulence. But there is still room for improvement - especially when it comes to biodiversity.

Jenn-Hui Tan + 1 other | 6 February 2023

Anita Krajinovic-Bilos
Article 2 min read

Chart Room: A regulatory cliff edge for unrentable European offices

Chart Room: A regulatory cliff edge for unrentable European offices

Anita Krajinovic-Bilos + 1 other | 2 February 2023

Jenn-Hui Tan
Article 3 min read

Why ‘nature positive’ will be as big as net zero

Why ‘nature positive’ will be as big as net zero

Jenn-Hui Tan + 1 other | 7 December 2022

Anita Krajinovic-Bilos
Article 4 min read

The glory of the grey stuff: the technology changing real estate’s carbon future

The glory of the grey stuff: the technology changing real estate’s carbon future

Anita Krajinovic-Bilos + 2 others | 15 November 2022

Dhananjay Phadnis
Article 3 min read

ESG ratings: Seeing the value in divergent views

ESG ratings: Seeing the value in divergent views

Dhananjay Phadnis | 9 October 2022

Adrian Benedict
Article 3 min read

Green or bust: The future of real estate

Green or bust: The future of real estate

Adrian Benedict + 1 other | 30 August 2022

Tomohiro Ikawa
Blog 3 min read

Waiting for the sequel: Japan’s stock exchange reforms

A highly anticipated round of reform at the Tokyo exchange has left many questions unanswered, but rising ESG awareness shines a light on the way forward.

Tomohiro Ikawa + 1 other | 14 August 2022

Matthew Jennings
Blog 3 min read

Running down coal mines beats selling them for real-world carbon impact

Running down coal mines beats selling them for real-world carbon impact

Matthew Jennings | 5 July 2022

Alexander Laing
Article 6 min read

Big brands need to clean up on plastics

As governments get to work on a global treaty on plastics, we are pressing big brands to deliver real world solutions to one of the planet’s biggest challenges

Alexander Laing + 4 others | 23 May 2022

Andrew McCaffery
Article 3 min read

Private markets and the need for climate unicorns

Private markets and the need for climate unicorns

Andrew McCaffery | 19 May 2022

Aneta Wynimko
Article 4 min read

Just the ticket: Fashion consumers want more clarity from retailers on sustainability

What’s in a label? Specialist reaction-time testing suggests clearer signalling on sustainability could play a role in turning the tide on what consumers buy.

Aneta Wynimko + 4 others | 7 April 2022

Carsten Roemheld
Podcast 24 min listen

Rich Pickings podcast: 2021- a sustainability odyssey

The pandemic and COP26 made 2021 a big year for sustainability. In this podcast we round up the main themes and ask where next for investors and ESG.

Carsten Roemheld + 5 others | 20 December 2021

Victoria Mio
Article 4 min read

ESGenius: Greening ‘Made in China’

While domestic consumption of sustainable products remains nascent, China’s exporters are tapping into demand for ‘green’ goods around the world.

Victoria Mio + 4 others | 15 December 2021

Jenn-Hui Tan
Article 3 min read

ESG Outlook 2022: Three key priorities in sustainable investing

ESG Outlook 2022: Three key priorities in sustainable investing

Jenn-Hui Tan | 26 November 2021

Emma Cunningham
Article 5 min read

ESGenius: Cows, methane and the climate threat

A number of pioneering methods to avoid or reduce atmospheric methane from livestock are catching the attention of investors focused on sustainability.

Emma Cunningham + 3 others | 20 July 2021

Salman Ahmed
Article 2 min read

Planetary risk: Mapping climate pathways to macro and strategic asset allocation

A paper introducing the main points of consideration for integrating climate change outcomes into capital market assumptions.

Salman Ahmed + 1 other | 13 July 2021

Velislava Dimitrova
Blog 3 min read

Chart Room: The crisis and opportunity in recycling single-use plastics

Production of single-use plastics is forecast to continue rising for the next decade-plus, and investment opportunities will depend greatly on recycling.

Velislava Dimitrova + 4 others | 17 June 2021

Ana Victoria Quaas
Article 4 min read

Crisis at sea: One year on

Following action by Fidelity International along with other investors and trade bodies, the number of crew stranded at sea has halved since September 2020.

Ana Victoria Quaas | 3 June 2021

Jenn-Hui Tan

Fidelity's three sustainable investing themes for 2021

Fidelity sees three major sustainable investment trends taking shape in 2021.

Jenn-Hui Tan + 1 other | 4 February 2021

Fidelity International
Article 1 min read

Building solid foundations: Fidelity International China Stewardship Report 2020

Fidelity International's inaugural China Stewardship Report shows steady progress in investment stewardship and implementing ESG at domestic A-share companies.

Fidelity International | 30 November 2020

Dhananjay Phadnis
Article 6 min read

ESGenius: On governance, and spotting corporate cons

ESGenius: On governance, and spotting corporate cons

Dhananjay Phadnis | 5 August 2020

Stefan Kitic
Article 3 min read

ESGenius: Due diligence on Wirecard revealed that the sums didn’t add up

For investors focused on sustainability and governance, the warning signs of financial misreporting were there for some time.

Stefan Kitic | 9 July 2020

Wen-Wen Lindroth
Article 9 min read

Sustainable investing: Accelerating evolution

The assumption that shareholder returns should be maximised at any cost has been challenged.

Wen-Wen Lindroth + 2 others | 26 June 2020

Hiroki Sampei
Article 2 min read

Successful shareholder engagement is a long journey

A case study of Fidelity International's multi-year engagement with Kirin in Japan shows that successful shareholder engagement is a long journey

Hiroki Sampei | 18 June 2020

Dhananjay Phadnis
Blog 4 min read

ESGenius: A sustainability lens can help discern the trends that matter

By focusing on the sustainability of businesses, we can differentiate between the drivers that are fleeting, and those that are truly influential.

Dhananjay Phadnis | 10 June 2020

Andrew McCaffery
Article 2 min read

The New Economic Order

We believe the Covid-19 crisis will trigger a step-change in policy, accelerate existing trends and transform investment frameworks.

Andrew McCaffery + 3 others | 5 May 2020

Anne Richards
Article 2 min read

Survival and sustainability

Research into ESG factors and the Feb-March bear market

Anne Richards | 16 April 2020

Jenn-Hui Tan
Article 1 min read

Outrunning a crisis: Sustainability and market outperformance

Outrunning a crisis: Sustainability and market performance

Jenn-Hui Tan + 1 other | 16 April 2020

Bart Grenier
Article 6 min read

The CEO’s sustainability dilemma

The primacy of the shareholder is being challenged in the boardroom

Bart Grenier | 5 June 2019

Kim Politzer
Article 8 min read

The future of real estate: What will the industry look like in 2039?

How will the innovations of the next 20 years change the world of real estate.

Kim Politzer + 2 others | 23 May 2019

Wen-Wen Lindroth
White Paper 19 min read

Populism will change corporate purpose for good

For the first time, there is enough momentum behind it to move permanently from shareholder value maximisation to a more comprehensive, sustainable approach.

Wen-Wen Lindroth + 2 others | 14 January 2019

Jonathan Neve
Article 15 min read

Uncharted waters: Creating an ESG investment checklist through water sustainability

Uncharted waters: Creating an ESG investment checklist through water sustainability

Jonathan Neve + 5 others | 21 September 2018

Aela Cozic
Article 10 min read

Defining ESG: Evolution not revolution

ESG investing seems all the rage, but what does this focus on environmental, social and governance criteria actually mean for investors?

Aela Cozic + 1 other | 5 April 2018

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