The move toward socially responsible investing practices continues strongly. Will it continue to the point where it's just called "investing"?
More and more companies are changing their strategies and how they do business to meet sustainability goals.
Banks are changing the way they provide financing on fossil-fuel products.
ETFs have evolved to include gender-lens investing meaning they invest in funds committed to gender equality.
We're seeing a consistent trend in companies across all industries as they embrace the facets of ESG investing (environmental, social, governance).
While interest in socially responsible investing continues to rise, one of the biggest barriers is that some still fear it will lead to poor performance.
Quartz Media explored the issue and asks "When will socially responsible investing" become just "investing"?