Stewardship and engagement may be challenging but it presents significant opportunities for people and planet

Stewardship and engagement have been a core part of responsible investment for a while now, but these activities were small a decade ago. Recently it has grown in scope and scale and has become more of a buzzword. We chat to Adam Gillett, Head of Sustainable Investment and Eleanor Mahmoud, from the Sustainable Investment team at WTW about all the challenges, the opportunities and the future of stewardship and engagement.

We need to keep doing more, we need to keep making this exponential progress on stewardship…there is nowhere near enough resource and effort being put behind stewardship at the moment

Adam Gillett, Head of Sustainable Investment at WTW

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