Investors seeking to invest their funds ‘responsibly’ with stronger outcomes for society and the environment, alongside delivering superior financial returns, was put to the ultimate test in 2021.
Our survey shows that ESG funds outperform non–ESG funds adding to the now well accepted statement that investment returns do not have to be sacrificed for environmental and social benefit2
Climate bonds need to be measured against rigorous, transparent and objective standards – otherwise their issuers will be accused of ‘green-washing’1
The Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA), in conjunction with KPMG, have just released their report which charts the level of application of responsible investment strategies across Asset Managers in the Australian Market
All businesses, and therefore all investments, have an impact on people and the planet, both positive and negative. Responsible investing seeks to minimise the negative effects generated by business and promote positive impacts, ultimately delivering a healthier economy, society and environment and underpinning a stronger investment outcome.