The future of Real Estate and why Luxembourg holds the key

To prevent an accumulation of frozen assets, fund managers need to identify ways to truly integrate ESG principles into their real estate portfolio without greenwashing and communicate this clearly and effectively back to the investor.


Covid-19: a dress rehearsal for the climate emergency?

Since it was first detected in December 2019, the virus has spread rapidly, having been declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January 2020, and is now characterised as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation.


ESG in the boardroom

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) is a broad concept with no standard definition


Ethical investment and the challenges for trustees

While it is relatively straight forward to include investment parameters when establishing a trust, the issues are more difficult when the trust is already established and trustees have full investment powers.


Guernsey to host first Sustainable Finance Week

“Guernsey’s Sustainable Finance Week has a specific and perhaps unique focus - how to best leverage private wealth and capital to address the issue of climate change and the sustainability agenda,” he said.


Skipton recognised for sustainable efforts

The Guernsey-based savings and mortgage bank aligned itself with four of the UN Sustainability Development Goals through the publication of its first Sustainability Report for 2019.


How Can Brands Boost Immunity Against the COVID-19 Virus

We gathered insights from the latest February reports from Boston Consulting Group (BCG), McKinsey & Company, and Kantar China, to give an overview of strategic alignment for companies to better survive through the COVID-19 crisis.


Climate Change For Investor

Guernsey has long been known as a jurisdiction which has had to adapt and be nimble in the face of global change.