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Katie Whipp, Deepki

Deepki research reveals funds managers and occupiers drive ESG credentials of UK commercial real estate

New research with UK real estate management professionals conducted by Deepki, the ESG data intelligence firm, shows that almost half (44 per cent) believe that fund managers have the greatest influence when it comes to improving the ESG credentials of commercial real estate, followed by those using the buildings — occupiers (42 per cent), and their employees (36 per cent).

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