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Sustainable investing takes into consideration traditional security analysis along with environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) concerns.
Sustainable investing is a pursuit to invest in areas and companies best positioned to solve some of the world’s biggest problems. It takes environmental, social, and corporate governance issues into consideration in an attempt to create a better future. Recently, improved quantitative data and competitive returns have made these strategies more mainstream. The basic belief is that good corporate practices may lead to better long-term corporate performance and outcomes.
ESG information and screening provides insights into measurable metrics such as environmental impact and immeasurable metrics such as brand and reputation by measuring company management decisions that affect operational efficiency and future strategic directions.
There is increasing recognition that ESG factors can be critical to a company’s long-term performance. We see more investors are looking to integrate sustainability and ESG insights and data into their traditional investment processes.
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