• Gustavo Bernal Torres

The Tenacity of ESG Investing

A green-finance boom has not been followed by bust.


  • This year’s greenwashing scandals, and investors’ relaxed attitude towards them, have demonstrated an important truth: that there is money to be made from environmental investing. So long as that is true, businesses claiming to provide investors with the genuine, truly green article will not be going anywhere.

  • Social values give investors a non-pecuniary reason for allocating money and sticking with their choice, a rare advantage for funds in an industry where a competitive edge normally means lower fees.


Source: https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2022/11/16/the-tenacity-of-esg-investing

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