Better for the world, society & you
Ethical investing is known under different names but each have similar goals and outcomes
Ethical fund managers seek to address these issues through active management, negative screening, and collaboration with companies as shareholders
Ethical returns are lower than traditional funds?
Growing evidence shows that over the long term, ethical funds can out-perform traditional funds
Ethical funds are simply wind farms?
Ethical funds are well diversified and can reduce risk further by screening out risk attributed to negative E.S.G. practices
Charges on ethical funds are higher?
As more than $30 billion has flowed into E.S.G. funds over the last 20+ years, economies of scale have reduced charges on ethical funds
The P.R.I. works to understand the investment implications of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors and to support its international network of investor signatories in incorporating these factors into their investment and ownership decisions.
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