A Guide to ESG Investing

Investing that considers more than the bottom line goes back centuries. But the movement has evolved and it’s gradually becoming more popular among investors.

ESG investing means that when making investment decisions, environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are taken into consideration. The decision to consider ESG can be for ethical or financial reasons, or both.

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