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14 May 2021 • RankiaPro Sustainability, the focus of institutional investors

The crisis caused by the pandemic has highlighted how every company has been affected by one or more aspects of ESG, giving sustainability a strategic position aimed at minimizing the impact of these criteria.

In this article published in the Spanish business magazine RankiaPro, Borja Miranda, Head of M&A and Activism for Europe and Latin America at Morrow Sodali, analyzes the current view of institutional investors regarding sustainability.

"The investor was the lever of change. Society followed this "echo" that already predicted a shift towards more sustainable criteria, and the media amplified this situation," explains Borja.

Borja discusses how a company should approach integrating ESG criteria when making a fresh start. He also explains the changes made by institutional investors and how sustainability will translate into long-term value creation.

Read the full article here (in Spanish).

14 May 2021 • RankiaPro Sustainability, the focus of institutional investors

The crisis caused by the pandemic has highlighted how every company has been affected by one or more aspects of ESG, giving sustainability a strategic position aimed at minimizing the impact of these criteria.

In this article published in the Spanish business magazine RankiaPro, Borja Miranda, Head of M&A and Activism for Europe and Latin America at Morrow Sodali, analyzes the current view of institutional investors regarding sustainability.

"The investor was the lever of change. Society followed this "echo" that already predicted a shift towards more sustainable criteria, and the media amplified this situation," explains Borja.

Borja discusses how a company should approach integrating ESG criteria when making a fresh start. He also explains the changes made by institutional investors and how sustainability will translate into long-term value creation.

Read the full article here (in Spanish).