Billions chasing contested ESG funds leave insiders "mystified"

As an ESG fund class facing mass downgrades attracts vast client flows, industry insiders confess they don’t understand why investors aren’t being more cautious.

The European Securities and Markets Authority, which is among EU regulators to have asked the EU Commission for answers, plans to fill the void by offering some guidance to help asset managers navigate existing rules in the coming weeks and months. | Photo: Yves Herman/REUTERS / X00380

The fund class in question is called Article 9—Europe’s top environmental, social and governance disclosure designation.

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