Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investments provide research-driven, diversified equity portfolios that seek to identify well-managed, responsible companies.

ESG means different things to different people. However, we see the objectives of investors converging around three main categories.

Integration

Incorporate ESG factors to improve long-term return and lower investment risk.

Personal Values

Align investments with specific ethical, political, and religious values.

Positive Impact

Generate social or environmental outcomes along with financial returns.

Examples of ESG Issues:

Environmental Social Governance
Climate Change and Carbon Emissions Gender and Diversity Issues Board Composition
Air and Water Pollution Human Rights Executive Composition
Energy Efficiency Labor Standards Audit Committee Structure
Waste Management Employee Engagement Bribery and Corruption Policies
Water Scarcity Customer Satisfaction Lobbying Activities
Biodiversity and Deforestation Community Relations Political Contributions


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