Fund managers seek to plug holes in ESG data

Social intel proves elusive as virus reawakens sense of corporate virtue

Fund managers always knew that picking investments on the basis of ethical rating depends on flawed and fuzzy information. Now, the economic shock of the past six months has revealed new gaps in the data that quant investors rely on for their environmental, social and governance (ESG) models.

Employers across industries have reacted to the disruption of coronavirus by introducing workplace policies to help cash-strapped staff during lockdown. Others have pivoted their business to become more

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