This Autumn edition is dedicated to the theme of ESG to help keep our members informed on best practice. The Journal content was developed to coincide with this crucial period as we build up to the international climate negotiations in Glasgow at COP26.
And as the eyes of the world turn to COP26, looking at how we can work together to fight the climate emergency, now more than ever it is important for private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) to make their contribution clear and understood. The articles in this edition of the Journal do exactly that. They bring to life how our industry is taking action to protect the planet, while continuing to support businesses, create jobs and generate both social and economic value.
In this latest edition of the BVCA Journal we explore the role of PE in achieving net zero; the investment needed to support the success of electric vehicles; the current momentum behind ESG initiatives across the VC space; the factors driving an ever-increasing number of firms to certify as B Corps; how TCFD reporting will affect PE and more.
Additionally, an interview with Co-founder and Co-managing Partner of IQ Capital, and current BVCA Chair, Kerry Baldwin examines the environmental and social priorities for the industry and how the PE and VC ecosystem can support sustainable solutions. Finally, we showcase a selection of BVCA members working on the most viable solutions to the many problems presented by climate change.
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