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Video: Building Blocks of Successful ESG Initiatives

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In this video, Brad Foster, global head of enterprise data content at Bloomberg, discusses the data and data management elements of successful ESG initiatives. Among these he notes the need for a solid data and technology foundation, as well as links between ESG data and other datasets to gain insight and value from the data. ESG data, he concludes, must become an extension of a firm’s existing data strategy.

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