Author archive for Judy Kuszewski

  • Mar262021

    Sancroft Insight: March 2021

    March comes with the promise of new ‘green investment’ through the UK Chancellor’s latest budget provisions. Included are green bonds,…

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  • Mar262021

    UN PRI’s New Reporting Framework – what are the big changes to expect?

    In recent years the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) has grown into one of the most significant initiatives in…

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  • Jan282021

    Sancroft Monthly Insight: January 2021

    We all hope your 2021 is off to a flying start! Here at Sancroft virtual HQ we have been laying…

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  • Jan282021

    ESG for PE and alternative asset managers

    The ESG wave is continuing its steady progress, washing over the whole of the international finance and investment community –…

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  • Dec172020

    Sancroft Monthly Insight: December Edition

    It’s finally here! Nearly time to turn the page on 2020, and not a moment too soon. And what better…

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  • Dec112020

    Sancroft in the media: Financial Times (December 2020)

    Our CEO, Judy Kuszewski, also Chair of the GRI Global Sustainability Standards Board, penned a letter that was featuerd in…

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  • Oct302020

    Sancroft Monthly Insight: October Edition

    Welcome to this month’s Sancroft newsletter – our regular roundup of insights and events in the sustainable business and ESG…

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  • Oct262020

    Alphabet soup or acronym salad? Either way, the main meal is yet to come…

    It seems, among many unexpected things 2020 has brought, the time of ESG may be upon us. Or at least…

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  • Sep302020

    Acceleration of the Energy Transition – a focus on energy and infrastructure

    On 10th September we were delighted to share the webinar platform again with our colleagues from leading law firm Ashurst…

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  • Sep302020

    Sancroft Monthly Insight: September Edition

    The year seems to be flying by – how can it possibly be October already? Unfortunately, and predictably, the change…

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