Filipe Vasconcelos Fernandes (Senior Consultant) writes an article for Capital Verde, about the implementation of the E-S-G factors, considering that, in many cases, it will no longer be mere "soft law", but grounded in a set of important intergovernmental-based initiatives.

In the article, the lawyer explains that "the E-S-G factors - acronym for "Environmental, Social and Governance" - are causing a rapid change in the structure and "modus operandi" of the main actors of the world economy, aiming above all to reconcile the development of financial activity with the creation of structural conditions of sustainability."

Read the article here.