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Alternative Investment Funds: Economic turbulence slows the pace of science-based target adoption
RBS International has revealed the results of new research which looks to better understand how alternative investment funds (AIFs) are faring in the adoption of science-based targets (SBTs) as economic conditions remain challenging. Following on from its previous research on the progress of SBT adoption, published last year, RBS International now reveals how current market conditions have slowed the pace of adoption, despite mounting regulatory and investor pressures.   The new study, completed in January 2023, surveyed 125 decision-makers in the AIF space. The sample covered funds domiciled across five jurisdictions (UK, Jersey, Luxembourg, Guernsey and other Western Europe) and five sectors (real estate, private equity, infrastructure, renewables and private debt) to...
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