Difficult transitions: Asset managers struggle to map future ESG risks

Investment firms have a role to play in incentivizing the green transition, but they must have forward-looking data.

The ESG trend has been a boon to asset managers—an opportunity to market active funds to a socially and environmentally conscious generation of millennials, coming of age just at a time when passive investing was eating active managers’ lunch. At the same time, a constellation of vendors and solutions providers has risen to service this market with data, scores, and solutions.

But those managers interested in engaging with a transition to a green economy—as opposed to just presenting clients

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The IMD Wrap: Will banks spend more on AI than on market data?

As spend on generative AI tools exceeds previous expectations, Max showcases one new tool harnessing AI to help risk and portfolio managers better understand data about their investments—while leaving them always in control of any resulting decisions.

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