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Lack of data and incentives hinder adoption of sustainable investing: Ben Meng of Franklin Templeton

Adoption of sustainable investing globally is being held back by inconsistency across ESG-related data and a lack of incentives, according to Ben Meng, executive vice president and Asia-Pacific chairman of Franklin Templeton. Meng’s comments at the annual Asia Investor Forum of Franklin Templeton, themed “Exploring the Next Frontier of Investments”. Its panel session on sustainable investing on Friday came shortly…

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