Sustainable approaches to a profitable future
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While you might expect putting limiting principles into investment practice to come at a cost, the opposite is true. Study after study has shown that businesses with ESG (environmental, social and governance) characteristics have outperformed their peers. So, what’s good for the environment and society could be good for your wealth too.
Kames – ethical investing through the market turmoil
Kames fund manager Audrey Ryan has been investing in a responsible way for decades. She tells Emma Wall, Head of Investment Analysis, what ethical investing means for her, and how to navigate the current stock market volatility.
Emma Wall | 6 April 2020 | 3 min read
First State Asia Focus – responsible stewardship in a fast-growing region
The team behind First State Asia Focus has considered ESG factors in their investment approach for many years. In their search for sustainable growth, they view themselves as long-term owners of a business.
Kate Marshall, Senior Investment Analyst | 8 October 2019 | 2 min read