Asking a roomful of GPs what ESG means to them is likely to yield a dozen different answers. How can managers draft a policy that does not result in paralysis by over-analysis? Denise Ko Genovese reports

Most private equity professionals would agree that they would like to make investment decisions that are ethical - or at least not unethical. But drafting an ESG policy that helps guide investment decisions - covering the wide spectrum of environmental and social issues, as well as governance - can quickly become overwhelming, and sometimes contradictory.

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