Viewpoints by Margaret Childe, at
Maggie supports the Canada-based investment teams with ESG integration research and process, company engagement, and proxy voting. She leads the development of our ESG credit assessment framework and co-leads the development of our United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals analytical methodology.
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing has emerged as a key method for pursuing portfolio resilience, particularly in the context of proliferating economic and systemic social risks.Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic revealed new ESG risk factors and new ways in which investors need to view those risks—both in ongoing portfolio management and in preparing for the next black swan event.Read more
Director of ESG research and integration Margaret Childe explains why multilateral engagements could become central to responsible investing.Read more