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Does ESG Investing Require ESP?

Why wealthy families and their advisors may not need psychic powers to make environmental, social and governance investment decisions

Wealthy families and their advisors may not need to develop psychic powers to address how to adapt to societal changes that are shifting trust investment philosophies. Yet they can’t ignore the significant philosophical shift in the types of companies and investments in family trusts that family offices and private trust companies (PTCs) are being asked to seriously consider and prioritize, namely the societal impact of the investment. These include impacts often stemming from the social


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