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Understanding the Rapidly Evolving World of Sustainable Finance

Sustainable finance has officially gone mainstream. As of 2019, $30.7 trillion is held in sustainable or green funds, representing a third of all assets under management. And the share is growing quickly, with many funds reporting record flows into sustainable investment products during the first half of 2020.

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The Moskowitz Prize moves to Kellogg

The Kellogg School of Management is now the host of the Moskowitz Prize, which is the premier global prize for research in sustainable finance and is awarded each year “to the paper best representing outstanding research on sustainable and responsible investing and the financial implications of responsible business practices in capital markets.”

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Credit Suisse Advances Institutional Sustainability Initiative Through Partnership with Equilibrium

Credit Suisse is pleased to announce that it has achieved another milestone in fulfilling its institutional commitment to sustainability. Credit Suisse Asset Management will partner with sustainability infrastructure and resource management leader Equilibrium

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What role does ESG play in the ‘new normal’?

Facing existential crisis, it’s only natural that our perspective will change — for better and for worse. In recent weeks and months, as many of us have “sheltered in place” in the face of a global pandemic, each of us has come to grips with a valuable reminder of what’s truly important: family, friends and colleagues; security and safety; food and water; healthcare.

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Kellogg School to award the Moskowitz Prize for social finance research

The annual Moskowitz Prize for research on sustainable and responsible investing and the financial implications of responsible business practices is moving to the Kellogg School of Management (also the home of the Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge and the Sustainable Finance Faculty Consortium, which is meeting this week).

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