UNPRI board member: EC taxonomy makes UNPRI even more relevant

Will the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI) still  be relevant for European signatories, once the planned EU taxonomy takes effect? Very much so, argues long-time asset manager and UNPRI board member Tycho Sneyers.

Tycho Sneyers

The UN Principles for Responsible Investment were launched in April 2006 on the New York Stock Exchange.

An idea from the late UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and a group of the world's largest institutional investors, the principles put forward a range of ways to incorporate environmental, social and corporate governance issues into investment practice across asset classes.

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