A great read from Mike Penrose, Chair of the Investment Committee for Vala Capital’s Sustainable Growth EIS as he makes a strong case for rethinking the way in which businesses are screened in terms of their ESG and impact credentials

There is an old business adage that ‘you treasure what you measure’, and with sustainability and ESG measurements, there are certainly no shortages of metrics and measurements out there to choose from.

Having your own proprietary set of ESG indicators has become de rigeur for many major investment firms.

This is partly because being perceived as being on the right side of the sustainability debate is now an absolute necessity, but also, and definitely more importantly, because the money trickling down through the system from the big investment firms and pension funds are now conditional upon it.

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