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Who Will Triumph?

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Now that the book has introduced both rating industries and also explained what the underlying factors are affecting the progression of the mainstreamisation of the sustainable investment movement, those analyses are utilised to suggest which industry will be better suited to serve that mainstream investor base. The chapter identifies a number of global and also regulatory themes which are developing, particularly with regard to the subject of disclosure, that provide further insight into how the market will develop. A number of scenarios are played out in the chapter before the book predicts the future for the ‘battle’ it has identified.

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Cash, D. (2021). Who Will Triumph?. In: Sustainability Rating Agencies vs Credit Rating Agencies. Palgrave Studies in Impact Finance. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-71693-6_6

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