The search for proof of a link between responsible business and investment return is still in its early days. But the data are clear in one area: diverse companies make better investments.
The popularity of sustainable investing has soared with assets under management reaching $31tn in 2018, up from $23tn two years earlier, according to the Global Sustainable Investment Alliance.
But, for sustainability to truly merge with mainstream investing, evidence needs to be clear of a correlation between environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies and investment returns.
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By Jessica Alsford
Source: Financial Times
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