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    Harvest & DWS joint white paper: The paths of responsible investing in China and Europe

    2021-03-08 來源:Harvest Fund 關鍵詞: ESG Responsible Investment

    Collaborative research efforts from these two leading asset managers in Asia and Europe have provided colours from both local and global perspectives.

    In the co-authored white paper titled “The paths of responsible investing in China and Europe”, Harvest Fund Management and DWS compare the drivers of responsible investing in China and Europe, explore the pros and cons of the approaches adopted, and provide recommendations to support sustainable investment market development. Collaborative research efforts from these two leading asset managers in Asia and Europe have provided colours from both local and global perspectives.

    The research paper is comprised of three sections. It first examines the differences and drivers of the EU and Chinese responsible investment paths, and associated pros and cons, then reviews the steps being taken to address obstacles to  ESG adoption in both markets, and lastly discusses how these new emerging frameworks could help drive both regions to further develop sustainable investment and achieve a net zero carbon future.

    Read more>>DWS RI Harvest Joint Paper_March2021.pdf


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    Harvest & DWS joint white paper: The paths of responsible investing in China and Europe

    2021-03-08 來源:Harvest Fund 關鍵詞: ESG Responsible Investment

    Collaborative research efforts from these two leading asset managers in Asia and Europe have provided colours from both local and global perspectives.

    In the co-authored white paper titled “The paths of responsible investing in China and Europe”, Harvest Fund Management and DWS compare the drivers of responsible investing in China and Europe, explore the pros and cons of the approaches adopted, and provide recommendations to support sustainable investment market development. Collaborative research efforts from these two leading asset managers in Asia and Europe have provided colours from both local and global perspectives.

    The research paper is comprised of three sections. It first examines the differences and drivers of the EU and Chinese responsible investment paths, and associated pros and cons, then reviews the steps being taken to address obstacles to  ESG adoption in both markets, and lastly discusses how these new emerging frameworks could help drive both regions to further develop sustainable investment and achieve a net zero carbon future.

    Read more>>DWS RI Harvest Joint Paper_March2021.pdf


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