ESG Under Fire in US State Capitols

(Outlet: Financial Times) This past weekend we read with interest The Economist’s deep dive into environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing. The central argument is that ESG “is deeply flawed”; that it is riddled with greenwashing and has become “an unholy mess that needs to be ruthlessly streamlined”. Those who have been around this space for a while know there is a good bit of it that is indeed in need of a good pruning.Read More

Wharton Reg@Tech: Regulatory Approaches to Digital Assets and Decentralized Finance

This is the fourth in a biannual series of high-level workshops organized by the Cryptoregulation project of the Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research at the Wharton School. Reg@Tech brings together an exclusive group of regulators, academics, attorneys, entrepreneurs, advisors, and investors to discuss the regulation, self-regulation, and co-regulation of cryptocurrencies and digital assets from a multi-jurisdictional perspective.Read More