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Everyone wins when investment decisions focus on positive social and environmental outcomes

Because the past year has amplified the severity of societal and economic inequities across the globe, the relevance of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues has increased dramatically. 

In an interview with Private Equity International Magazine, Tania Carnegie - the newly-appointed Global Lead for Private Equity & Asset Management, KPMG IMPACT- argues that a collaborative approach by private equity will have the greatest impact in advancing the industry, and tackling ESG issues at scale.

Key interview take-aways include:

  • Current drivers of ESG & Impact Investing
  • Effective ESG strategy leads to diverse talent recruitment and retention
  • The well-established relationship between impact investing and financial return

The pandemic provided a serious wakeup call that the social and economic shocks associated with climate change will far eclipse those of Covid-19.

Tania Carnegie
Global Lead, Private Equity and Asset Management
KPMG IMPACT