G7 Pensions: ESG, SDGs, Green Growth and the Road to Camp David

Analyse Financière, 2020

3 Pages Posted: 6 Aug 2020

See all articles by M. Nicolas J. Firzli

M. Nicolas J. Firzli

World Pensions Council (WPC); Singapore Economic Forum

Date Written: July 27, 2020


The ‘COVID Crisis’ has accelerated the mainstreaming of SDG-driven investment, with pension board members (trustees) playing an increasingly active role across all asset classes, from Sacramento to Sydney: governments (debt) and CEOs (equity) are having to commit more seriously to pressing environmental, social and societal matters, or face the risk of abrupt divestment (Brazil, Facebook etc.).

Beyond financial economics and investment policy, the advent of fiduciary capitalism will have a profound impact on the way we govern our corporations and our nations.

JEL Classification: G11, G18, G19, G23, G24, G32, G38, H54, H55, K32, K33, L91, L92, L94, L98, O16, O19, O43, O44

Suggested Citation

Firzli, Maher Nicolas, G7 Pensions: ESG, SDGs, Green Growth and the Road to Camp David (July 27, 2020). Analyse Financière, 2020, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3659908

Maher Nicolas Firzli (Contact Author)

World Pensions Council (WPC) ( email )

United States

Singapore Economic Forum ( email )

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London, E1W 1YP
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