Money talks: Concern for biodiversity pressed on boardrooms by new breed of fund managers

10 Feb 04
United Nations University

A new breed of fund managers looking to pressure businesses to improve social, environmental and ethical performance, a phenomenon started in 1999, now wield more than $640 billion in clout in the UK alone – more than 12% of all managed investments in that nation, according to experts at a United Nations forum.

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