In this episode of the Green Dream, the video series where ESG Clarity interviews key figureheads in the responsible investment world to get their views on the latest trends, news and movements in this evolving landscape, Natalie Kenway speaks to Emily Chew, global head of sustainability for investment management, at Morgan Stanley Investment Management.
We discuss Chew’s role within the business and what ESG means to Morgan Stanley IM and how it is integrated.
Chew gives her views on education around ESG, how the investment landscpae is evolving across different regions and the firm’s future plans.
You can view the Green Dream video series below. The below videos were recorded prior to the coronavirus lockdown:
Green Dream with Patricia Ribeiro: The ESG challenges and opportunities in emerging markets
Green Dream with JPMAM’s Wu: ESG is not good or bad, it’s neutral
Green Dream with Gresham House CEO: We have more resources and more ambition
Green Dream with KBIGI’s O’Connor: Lack of coordinated action on climate change is a big problem
Green Dream with Nordea CEO: Industry collaboration on ESG is evolving
Green Dream with Wellian’s Philbin: Lack of clarity in sustainable investing could hold it back
Green Dream with 7IM’s Camilla Ritchie: Be aware of your ethical funds’ exclusions
Green Dream with Resonance’s Simon Chisholm: The lowdown on social impact investing
Green Dream with Architas’ Tom Woodfield: The environmental impact of unnecessary emails
Green Dream with Hawksmoor IM’s James Clark: I hope to see more and more sustainable launches
Green Dream with Stanhope Capital’s Outhwaite: How labelling can stifle innovation
Green Dream with Liontrust’s Michaelis: ‘It’s evident everywhere things need to change’