Impact investing, the act of investing in companies, organizations, and mutual funds with the intent of bettering social and environmental impact while gaining a financial return, continues to gain popularity.
According to some managers, you shouldn't be. They believe the President's decision to withdraw from the Paris accord will increase the need for environmental, social and governance investing (ESG).
Matt Patsky, CEO, Trillium Asset Management, told the US SIF Investing in Impact Conference that investors have been successful in affecting ESG policy on both the state and national levels.
Did you know you can turn a profit with socially responsible investing? Many people mistakenly believe they have to make a tradeoff between making money and looking out for the environment.
Is your firm making a difference? Spread the word! There’s a common misperception that ESG or socially responsible investing offers little or no return.
Many people hear the term ESG investing and think only of the ‘E’ and therefore it must pertain to the environment.
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Trump’s flurry of proposals to roll back environmental regulations and reject climate change science may seem like a death toll for sustainable investors, but it might have an opposite, galvanizing effect.
We’ve written recently on the upward trend of ESG investing and the asset inflows. But what ESG criteria are most important to institutional investors?