Q&A: Making ESG Work for Real Estate Investors

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing has evolved considerably over time from its origins more than 100 years ago, when many charitable organizations started to establish simple exclusionary rules. 

Still, there is no single one-size-fits-all approach to implementing ESG investing across asset classes — or even within a single asset class — because investors have diverse goals and varied individual requirements for their ESG-oriented portfolios. To demystify the application of ESG principles and practices to investment solutions, Lisa Davis, portfolio manager, U.S. Impact Value Partners (IVP), discusses PGIM Real Estate’s approach to constructing and managing ESG-oriented portfolios. 

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