Responsible and ethical financial products will continue to enjoy strong demand, while climate change, modern slavery and human rights are issues that will dominate the engagement agenda in 2018.
The Sustainability Report spoke with sustainability and responsible investment professionals to suss out what they think will matter this year. To a certain extent, 2018 will be “business as usual” because of the continued mainstreaming of sustainability as material issues, said Matthew Bell, EY Oceania climate change and sustainability leader.
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