ILLICIT FINANCIAL OUTFLOWS FROM AFRICA CRIPPLING CONTINENT’S DEVELOPMENT

ILLICIT FINANCIAL OUTFLOWS FROM africa CRIPPLING CONTINENT’S DEVELOPMENT – UN New York, Feb  6 2014  6:00PM United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson and former South African President Thabo Mbeki today stressed the need for global efforts to address the problem of illicit financial flows from Africa, which have crippled the …

Mercer’s Responsible Investment Update: Professional Interest Heating Up Around Climate Change

IN ISSUE 23: MAY 2013 Professional Interest Heating Up Around Climate Change Considering ESG Risk in Credit Analysis and Corporate Bond Portfolios International Codes and Conventions: Are Pension Funds Still Missing in Action? Maximizing Investment Outcomes from Indigenous Settlements Inspiration Profile: Jane Ambachtsheer 2013 up in Lights – Team Press …

Bankability and Debt Financing for Solar Projects in India

Bankability and Debt Financing for Solar Projects in India BRIDGE TO INDIA’s INDIA SOLAR DECISION BRIEF, ‘Bankability and Debt Financing for Solar Projects in India’ looks at debt financing for solar projects in India from two perspectives: the lender’s point of view and the borrower’s point of view. The lender’s …

NSFM Roundtable Explores Risk Management and Fundamental Principles of Fiduciary Duty

Network for Sustainable Financial Markets has posted a new item, ‘NSFM Roundtable Explores Risk Management and Fundamental Principles of Fiduciary Duty‘ A group of pension fund trustees, senior managers, advisors and academics gathered in Seattle in October, 2012 to discuss the challenges facing pension fund managers and trustees. Participants were …