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The materiality question – are ESG issues relevant to investors?

The effectiveness of integrating ESG into investment decisions

Las cuestiones medioambientales, sociales y de gobierno corporativo (ESG, por sus siglas en inglés Environment, Social and Governance) se mencionan cada vez con más frecuencia como algunos de los factores que más inciden en la rentabilidad de las inversiones y en el acceso al capital. En líneas generales, el sector de private equity en todo el mundo se ha unido recientemente a la senda de la inversión responsable, pero ahora progresa con rapidez y cada vez son más los ejemplos de generación de valor a través de las medidas adoptadas enel ámbito ESG.

Nuevas formas de inversión responden a su preocupación. Se agrupan bajo el término de “Inversión Socialmente Responsable”, o, abreviado ISR.
Esta guía, elaborada por SpainSIF, el Foro de la Inversión Socialmente Responsable en España, le ayudará a descubrir la ISR y a dialogar con su asesor para elegir el tipo de producto que mejor responda a sus ideas, valores y objetivos de ahorro e inversión.

A growing number of general partners (GPs) and their limited partner investors (LPs) are adopting a more structured approach to managing environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) risks and opportunities. One reason for this is a conviction that companies that address ESG
issues can achieve better growth, cost savings, and profitability, while strengthening stakeholder relations and improving their brand and reputation. GPs, LPs, associations, and the private equity industry at large have an aligned interest in communicating how the management of ESG factors contributes positively to risk-adjusted returns.

Over the past decades, the WBCSD and UNEP FI have been working with key stakeholders to articulate the materiality of ESG factors and sustainability to companies, investors and financial institutions, and to advance global reporting and disclosure guidelines in these areas. In addition to the list of stakeholders consulted during the workshops referred to in this document (see Appendix 1), the WBCSD and UNEP FI would like to recognise the work of, and important collaborations with, the Carbon Disclosure Project, Global Reporting Initiative, International Organization for Standardization, Principles for Responsible Investment, and UN Global Compact.

Impact investing – an investment approach intentionally seeking to create both financial return and positive social impact that is actively measured – has been lauded as an emerging investment approach with the potential to reconcile key shortcomings in traditional financial markets. Yet with less than US$ 40 billion of capital committed cumulatively to impact investments out of the tens of trillions in global capital, it is no surprise that many have labelled impact investing “a hype”.

The Sustainability Framework comprises IFC’s Policy and Performance Standards on Environmental and Social Sustainability, and IFC’s Access to Information Policy

A tool for communicating the Business Value of Sustainability

A process founded on integrated thinking that results in a periodic integrated report by an organization about value creation over time and related communications regarding aspects of value creation.


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