Why investors should care about the ‘S’ in ‘ESG’
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) investments are more popular than ever with assets expected to reach $140.5 tn within the next four years, accounting for one-third of global AUM.1 As the trend builds, investors are expanding their horizons beyond the ‘E’ to consider factors that fall within the ‘S’ category — e.g. labour rights and standards, health and safety, human capital development and diversity.
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