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Sustainability investing going more mainstream in Asia

Pace will intensify though there may be regional differences in areas of focus

Fidelity's Mr Paras Anand is responsible for working across all asset classes to determine regional priorities, catalyse innovation and represent the firm to external bodies such as regulators and policymakers.
Fidelity's Mr Paras Anand is responsible for working across all asset classes to determine regional priorities, catalyse innovation and represent the firm to external bodies such as regulators and policymakers. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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Investor Paras Anand thinks sustainability investing will increasingly become mainstream in Asia over the course of this year, even though there may be regional differences in the area of focus.

Singapore-based Mr Anand is the chief investment officer, Asia-Pacific, at Fidelity International.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on February 02, 2020, with the headline Sustainability investing going more mainstream in Asia. Subscribe