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A $1.4 Trillion Fund’s NGO Ties Offer Social-Investing Path

  • Amnesty says defining ‘S’ requires civil society to speak up
  • Fitch Ratings says current social metrics are ‘a bit messy’
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As fund managers everywhere adapt to environmental, social and governance investing principles, there’s a growing consensus that the “S” in the acronym ESG leaves the most room for misinterpretation.

But a unique setup in Norway may help provide clarity.