Asset managers hit by more bad news on top-ranked ESG funds

Several of the world’s biggest asset managers have started to downgrade the ESG categorization of their fund offerings, as the fear of greenwashing accusations looms large.

Due to the uncertainty that now exists around SFDR, Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s NN Investment Partners said it’s planning to downgrade 10 Article 9 funds this quarter, after taking similar steps in previous months. | Photo: Andrew Kelly/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix/REUTERS / X02844

Europe’s top ESG fund class may be close to reaching a tipping point.

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