Archive

Year: 2021

  • The Future of ESG: Now or Never?

    A few years ago, Environmental, Social and Governance, or ESG, was a trendy hipster investment term; today it is no longer trendy – it’s a corporate necessity. Yet, even though ESG reporting is now commonplace, and required in many jurisdictions, for many people the term is interchangeable with environmental factors, with the social and governance factors tending to get left out.   In short, there is too much ‘E’ and too little ‘S’ and ‘G”...

  • The Future of Asset Management in China

    FleishmanHillard conducted a survey on the views of Chinese investors towards overseas asset managers. As part of that, we looked into Chinese investors’ social media use – and here’s what we found… “Chinese investors’ use of social media channels continued to grow, most notably on WeChat and Weibo. Almost three quarters of those surveyed use WeChat to get corporate information, which demonstrates what an essential communications tool it is for asset managers.” Sign up for...

  • FleishmanHillard China Asset Management Report Shows Chinese Investors Placing High Emphasis on Asset Managers’ ESG Credentials

    HONG KONG, Sept. 1, 2021 – Chinese investors are paying closer attention to foreign asset managers’ environmental, social and governance (ESG) commitments and offerings as they look to invest, according to The Future of Asset Management in China 2021 study published today by FleishmanHillard. The report offers insights for global asset managers assessing opportunities in China. It is the third annual China-focused asset management report published by FleishmanHillard and its TRUE Global Intelligence practice, and...

  • AUTHENTICITY GAP: Aligning consumer expectations and experiences

    Why is it so often that what we see and hear from brands, businesses and people jars with what we might feel, experience and believe? They have an authenticity problem, a crisis gap if you will. At FleishmanHillard, we have been studying authenticity since 2012 when we first set out to explore the alignment between consumer expectation and experiences: what we like to call the ‘Authenticity Gap.’ The Authenticity Gap measures the gap between consumer expectations...