Responsible investment reports


Capital markets are changing and responsible investment has become mainstream. That means increasing pressure on investors - especially pension funds, endowments and asset managers - to communicate whether money is being managed responsibly.

ESG Communications specialises in helping investors to meet this demand.

Founded by the former Communications Director of the UN Principles for Responsible Investment, ESG Communications is an award-winning agency that helps investors produce responsible investment reports, websites and other creative material.

Responsible Investment Reports

In April 2014, over 1,000 global investment institutions worth over $30 trillion, reported on how they put responsible investment into practice using the generic reporting framework of the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI). Some leading investors have used that disclosure as the basis for creating a more readable annual Responsible Investment Report. A document that tells their institution's own story on responsible investment and helps them stand out from the crowd. 

ESG Communications is the world's leading agency for producing such reports.

In 2013, two reports penned by ESG Communications won the annual RI Reporting Awards; with the report we produced for the Environment Agency Pension Fund named the winner from over a thousand global nominees.

Our secret, is to go beyond box-ticking by helping investors to tell their own story. We ensure your report complies with standards such as the PRI or UK Stewardship Code (where appropriate), but we also make sure your report is focused on your individual organisation's approach to sustainable investment, where you've come from and where you're going to.

As examples, read the reports we produced for US pension fund CalPERS and the Environment Agency Pension Fund in the UK.

We also work with charitable foundations and endowments to help them understand, promote or improve their responsible investment activites. As with the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.