Anchored by humanity-defining issues such as climate change, human rights and equality, indicators of the past decade's rapid growth in sustainable or ESG (environmental, social and governance) investing are now abundant, from the exponential increase in Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) signatories to the steadily rising share of global sustainable investing AUM vs. total managed assets. Malaysia's ESG-related vulnerabilities require an urgent and holistic response from government, regulators, businesses and consumers alike if transition-induced economic dislocations are to be mitigated. Capital market stakeholders will also need to expedite adjustments towards integration of ESG factors into investment and stewardship processes. Download Report
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