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Earlier this month, 11 ESG asset managers pitched at a live “Dragon’s Den” competition in Montreal, on the unceded lands of the Mohawk Nation, for the chance to invest up to $90 million of the competition sponsor’s capital — and to prove to funders and the public alike that they don’t “greenwash.”
The Great Canadian ESG Championship is a first of its kind event in Canada.
It invited financial asset managers — both big global investment banks and small Canadian i
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