With Pressure from Investors, Private Equity Considers ESG

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Nov 2014
Global, November, 25 2014 - Private equity faces growing pressure from investors who expect their asset managers to consider environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) factors. It's a big adjustment for an asset class that has been slower to adapt than public equities and fixed income.

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