In this video Schroders' ESG analyst Elly Irving looks at sugar as an investment issue and whether it will be the catalyst to turn big food into the next big tobacco.
In this quarter's Sustainable Investment Report we look at new regulations aimed at preventing modern slavery and the consumer companies that could be most affected.
Consumer companies are most at risk of exposure to modern slavery but those with robust supply chain management strategies are likely to be best placed as the spotlight becomes brighter.
Rising drug prices have been thrust into the limelight by the US presidential nomination campaigns. We look at the implications for the healthcare industry in light of this increased scrutiny.
This quarter's Sustainable Investment Report focuses on the lessons we can learn from the UK's vote to Brexit, which revealed deeper issues that stretch beyond the UK's membership of the EU.
The swift rise to prominence of companies such as Airbnb and Uber emphasises the importance of identifying sectors and companies potentially at risk of similar disruptions.
Schroders’ ESG team examines the social pressures that led the UK to vote Leave and the challenges and opportunities they imply for global industries and markets.
The latest Schroders Sustainable Investment Report brings you the details of our environmental, social and governance (ESG) engagement during the quarter with a focus on how climate change may affect your investments, as well as some key themes the team has been considering.