ESG Clarity launches new digital magazine

DiversityQ's publication ESG Clarity goes digital to unpick corporate's response to governance and environmental issues.

DiversityQ’s parent company Bonhill Group Plc has launched a digital version of ESG Clarity magazine to cover the topical issues around corporate governance and the environment, edited by award-winning business journalist Natalie Kenway.

ESG Clarity is no ordinary magazine; as well as in-depth and thought-provoking analysis, opinion pieces from expert commentators within the ESG industry, and interviews with the senior investment figures, it has an interactive highlights page with video interviews and infographics. 

The magazine has been launched at a time when it feels like the world as we know it has been turned on its head – and, hopefully, we are at the start of repair and recovery. 

Video interviews with Saker Nusseibeh, CEO international of Federated Hermes, and Mike Fox manager of the top-performing Royal London Sustainable Leaders fund provide their insights into the impact of COVID-19 as well as how the world might look on the other side. 

The cover feature also looks at how companies with high ESG credentials are at the forefront of driving the recovery from the coronavirus crisis, and we have the CEO of the Principles of Responsible Investing Fiona Reynolds also giving her views on ‘building back better’.

Neuberger Berman’s Jonathan Bailey provides a fixed income insight into investing in the current environment, while UBS Wealth Management’s Andrew Lee details the fund buyer view. 

There is also a review of the IA Sterling Corporate Bond sector and fund picks from Square Mile, in addition to an analysis piece on how the increased inflows into ESG investing puts the sector at further risk of greenwashing.
We are also extremely proud to debut the Responsibility Ratings Index (RRI), a project in partnership with Last Word Research that has involved months of hard work to accumulate the sustainable funds with the best ratings from an array of providers. 

If you have any comments on the magazine or, please do get in touch.

Natalie Kenway,
Editor, ESG Clarity
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