Professor Lawrence Loh, National University of Singapore

Professor Lawrence Loh, National University of Singapore

1 September 2021
Eco Money: What investors need to look out for when it comes to Greenwashing
As the sustainability  gold rush continues, ESG funds accounted for 90 per cent of inflows in July  according to Calastone’s latest Fund Flow Index.

But as asset managers roll out an array of so-called green products, how do investors know whether the funds they are pumping their money into for profits with purpose are actually ESG focused and how can they avoid greenwashing?

In Eco Money, hosts Rachel Kelly and Timothy Go spoke to Associate Professor Lawrence Loh Director, Centre for Governance and Sustainability at NUS Business School about what investors need to look out for when it comes to Greenwashing.

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19 May 2021
Eco Money: SGX listed firms step up Sustainability Reporting
Singapore listed companies are getting better at sustainability reporting.
That’s according to a joint review out today by Singapore Exchange Regulation and the Centre for Governance and Sustainability at the National University of Singapore Business School.
Interestingly, Catalist companies overlook the Mainboard's score. To find out why and other key highlights, Prime Time's Rachel Kelly spoke to Associate Professor Lawrence Loh, director of Centre for Governance and Sustainability at the National University of Singapore Business School.

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15 May 2020
ECO MONEY (Episode 9) Sustainability Reporting
In Eco Money, Rachel Kelly speaks to experts in the field of sustainability to get their insights into the latest trends. In this episode, she speaks to Professor Lawrence Loh, Director, Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO), NUS Business School, National University of Singapore about sustainability reporting and listed companies and what investors need to know.

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