Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) aspects continue to be a priority for institutional investors' when judging risk-adjusted return profiles. The real estate and infrastructure asset classes are subject to a range of forward physical and transitional risks, highlighting the need for structured, non-financial data. Learn how global investors are uncovering these insights while driving change in the real estate and infrastructure investment classes.
Understand how capital market forces can bring intensified focus on ESG as a measure of investment risk and return
Discover how portfolio-level ESG assessments such as GRESB drive top-down attention to building performance
Recognize how asset-level consumption data supports the structured non-financial data needs important to investors and other stakeholders