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Responsible investment

Author: Sullivan, Rory ; Mackenzie, CraigPublisher: Greenleaf Publishing, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 382 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781874719038Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Responsible Investment Contents Foreword..........................................................................................................................9 Stephen Timms MP, Minister for Pensions Reform, UK Part I: Introduction and background ........................................................................... 11 1 Introduction.............................................................................................................. 12 Rory Sullivan and Craig Mackenzie, Insight Investment, UK 2 The scope for investor action on corporate social and environmental impacts........ 20 Craig Mackenzie, Insight Investment, UK 3 A historical perspective on the growth of socially responsible investment............... 39 Russell Sparkes, Chief Investment Officer, Central Finance Board of the Methodist Church, UK Part II: Enhanced investment analysis and decision-making.................................... 55 4 Does a focus on social, ethical and environmental issues enhance investment performance?...................................................................................... 56 Rory Sullivan, Craig Mackenzie and Steve Waygood, Insight Investment, UK 5 Integrated investment analysis: investment implications of the REACH regulation........................................................................................62 Steve Waygood, Insight Investment, UK Steffen Erler, Walter Wehrmeyer and Harish Jeswani, Centre for Environmental Strategy, University of Surrey, UK 6 Morley Fund Management's approach to investment integration .............................. 81 Ronnie Lim, Morley Fund Management, UK 7 Integrating governance, social, ethical and environmental issues into the corporate bond investment process........................................................................................ 92 Kerry ten Kate and Andy Evans, Insight Investment, UK 8 HIV/AIDS: economic implications for the Southern African mining industry .... 103 Simon Toyne, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, UK 9 The Goldman Sachs Energy ESG Index: integrating environmental, social and governance factors into energy industry analysis................................................. 110 Sarah Forrest, Anthony Ling and Jonathan Waghorn, Goldman Sachs, UK 10 Sustainable investment research: Innovest Strategic Value Advisors.................... 122 Matthew Kiernan, Innovest, USA 11 SAM's approach to measuring and valuing corporate sustainability performance...................................................................................... 132 Gabriela Grab Hartmann and Thilo Goodall, SAM Sustainable Asset Management 12 Communicating risks to pension fund trustees: the UKSIF sector notes project............................................................................... 140 Meg Brown, UKSIF, UK Part III: Shareholder activism ..................................................................................................... 149 13 Shareholder activism on social, ethical and environmental issues: an introduction...................................................................................................... 150 Rory Sullivan and Craig Mackenzie, Insight Investment, UK 14 Universities Superannuation Scheme: implementing responsible investment........ 158 Peter Casson, University of Southampton, UK David Russell, USS, UK 15 Henderson Global Investors: engagement and activism.........................................172 Rob Lake, Henderson Global Investors, UK 16 Insight's approach to activism on corporate responsibility issues........................... 184 Craig Mackenzie and Rory Sullivan, Insight Investment, UK 17 The role of activism in responsible investment: the FTSE4Good indices............... 196 Will Oulton, CRG Advisory Services, UK 18 Measuring the effectiveness of investor engagement: GSK and developing-country access to essential medicines............................... 206 Steve Waygood, Insight Investment, UK Part IV: Perspectives on responsible investment.................................................. 215 19 The universal owner's role in sustainable economic development....................... 216 James P. Hawley and Andrew T. Williams, Saint Mary's College of California, USA 20 Companies run in shareholders' long-term interests also serve society's long-term interests............................................................................... 226 Robert Monks, Lens Governance Advisors, USA Allen Sykes, UK 21 Why socially responsible investment requires more risk for companies rather than more engagement.......................................................... 241 Peter Frankental, Amnesty International UK 22 SRI analysts: is it time to bring them in from the cold? ........................................ 247 Ralph Edmondson and Adrian Payne, British American Tobacco, UK 23 Exerting influence: engagement or best-in-class?................................................ 253 Andy Wales, Severn Trent plc, UK 24 Engaging with investors: from values to value...................................................... 261 Chris Tuppen, BT, UK 25 Workers' capital: promoting trade union concerns through investment................ 266 Tom Powdrill, Trades Union Congress, UK 26 Pharma Futures: investor analysis of the future of the pharmaceutical sector..... 273 Sophia Tickell, Pharma Futures, UK 27 Evaluation and research of SRI managers .......................................................... 284 Emma Whitaker, Mercer Investment Consulting, UK 28 Why should investors care about responsible investment?.................................. 290 Yusuf Samad, Hewitt Bacon and Woodrow, UK 29 A critical perspective on activism: views from a pension fund professional.......... 295 Raj Thamotheram, USS, UK 30 Shaping the market: investor engagement in public policy................................... 312 Nick Robins, Henderson Global Investors, UK 31 Harnessing investors to implement health and safety public policy..................... 322 Steve Waygood and Rory Sullivan, Insight Investment, UK Alan Morley, Health and Safety Executive, UK Part V: Discussion and conclusions....................................................................... 331 32 The practice of responsible investment................................................................. 332 Rory Sullivan and Craig Mackenzie, Insight Investment, UK 33 Looking forwards................................................................................................... 347 Craig Mackenzie and Rory Sullivan, Insight Investment, UK Appendix 1 Innovest Intangible Value Assessment: Aracruz Celulose........................... 349 Appendix 2 Just Pensions: Pharmaceutical Sector Note................................................ 353 Abbreviations................................................................................................................. 357 About the contributors ................................................................................................... 361 Index.............................................................................................................................. 370

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