Climate change; racial and gender diversity; stakeholder capitalism—several years ago, investment advisors might have been surprised to hear these terms come up in conversations with clients. Today, they’re discussed as frequently as risk and return. Though it’s been around for decades, interest in sustainable investing has exploded over the past five years. Investors have grown increasingly comfortable with the evidence that integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into
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