FTfm: Responsible Investing

In this report: How greenwashing can overstate fund credentials; Nissan’s governance lessons for Japan Inc; Britain risks losing its edge on stewardship; private equity moves deeper into sustainability; packaged loans marked as growth area for green bond; investors pressure miners to disclose safety risks

Investors call for greater clarity on products’ credentials

Revamped governance code sparks debate on where shareholder duty should begin and end

Scandal-hit carmaker’s woes offer wider lessons for Japan Inc.

Public stance on green policies can clash with that of their industry trade groups

Repackaged consumer debt provides one route to grow the niche but raises eyebrows among investors

Environmentally focused investors find ways to turn trash into cash

Mining tragedy triggers demand for more disclosure on risks

A ‘positive net impact’ approach would take account of inevitable unwanted effects