It’s time to remove the ‘E’ from ESG investing

Gone are the days when selling ESG funds was an easy marketing ploy for fund managers.

Investing based on environmental, social and governance criteria has become an extremely popular new market for full-service asset managers who find it difficult to compete with low-fee tracking funds. While this type of ethical investing may genuinely mean different things to different people, scrutiny of the environmental part of the claims is on the rise.


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