• Gustavo Bernal Torres

Sustainable Investment Assets Hit $35 Trillion, 36% Of All Managed Assets

Global Sustainable Investment Alliance releases Global Sustainable Investment Review 2020

  • At the start of 2020, global sustainable investment assets under management (AUM) reached US$ 35.3 trillion, a 15 percent increase since the 2018 report (based on assets reported by the United States, EU, Australia/New Zealand, Canada and Japan).

  • The most common sustainable investment strategy is ESG integration, followed by negative screening, corporate engagement and shareholder action, norms-based screening and sustainability-themed investment.

Source: https://www.ussif.org/Files/Global%20SRI/Global%20Sustainable%20Investment%20Review%20(GSIR)%202020%20FINAL.pdf


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