JP Morgan has hired Chuka Umunna to oversee its European environmental, social and governance advisory efforts.
Younger generations of investors – millennials in particular – are still in the vanguard of ESG investing.
“If we have data that irrefutably shows ESG is a powerful driver of alpha, it will attract more inflows”
Chuka's interview with Financial News on the City, Wall Street, and the evolution of capital markets and financial services in an era of emerging stakeholder capitalism.
Chuka Umunna explains why asset managers need to engage companies and why relying on ratings is a risk in itself.
‘I’ve started a new chapter and I don’t want to go back’ – Chuka Umunna on Edelman, ESG, purpose and politics
Chuka talks to PR Week about his new leadership role at Edelman, the impact of COVID-19, racism, and why he’s done with politics.
It is nonsense to claim that stakeholder capitalism delivers inadequate returns.
Who should determine whether ESG factors are integrated into corporate decision-making? Should it solely be a company’s choice, or are the views of fund managers paramount?
Former MP and frontbencher says ‘a different model for capitalism’ is needed
Systemic racism is an ESG (environmental, social and governance) issue but the ESG investment community has failed to properly address it.
Ensuring environmental, social and governance factors ("ESG") are properly integrated into corporate decision making is what I'm putting my energies into.
Chuka will be working with the leaderships of all three companies to help build value in the long term for investors and shareholders.
Businesses face more scrutiny following the pandemic – and populist politicians trying to screw them over
Business needs to act to ensure that in a post coronavirus world a regulated, social market economy delivers the goods for more people. So CEOs need to become more vocal and activist in addressing ESG concerns, not less.