Socially responsible investing continues to grow in popularity. According to the Social Investment Forum, total AUM in socially screened portfolios has grown from $529 billion to $1.5 trillion in the past three years.
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.
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.
The Group of 7 (G7), which includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, has an upcoming summit in Italy on May 27-27, 2017.
Shareholders - even the "little guys" - currently have the right to engage with the management of companies they own.
Not long ago responsible and/or sustainable investing was a lot less popular. Many folks believed investing in that manner wouldn’t have positive returns and was best left to the “hippies.”
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Impact investing is a buzzworthy topic, but does everyone agree on what it means and what the future holds?