Asset Owners Can And Should Evaluate Their Manager’s Performance Towards Systemic Goals

Bob Eccles, ESG influencer and Founding Chairman of Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), writes for Forbes.com about TIIP’s latest report on assessing systems-level investments. He reflects on the COVID-19 pandemic crisis in light of TIIP’s findings and says:

Given that such crises are increasing in frequency, asset owners need to directly contend with these and other interconnected issues. Today it is a pandemic—but what, for example, is preventing a looming affordability and social-instability crisis, exacerbated by the massive levels of income inequality around the globe? To fully grapple with modern levels of systemic risk, asset owners will need to identify and measure the performance of their managers in addressing such issues…A new report from The Investment Integration Project (TIIP) on “Assessing System-Level Investments: A Guide for Asset Owners” aims to help.

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