Engagement can help drive positive change as well as enhance an investors research, providing insight into organization strategy, competitive positioning and efforts to manage risks and opportunities, portfolio managers can consider akin engagement inputs when evaluating investment decisions. Also, investing client capital into an uncertain future requires the investment capability to include governance as part of the fundamental analysis process.
ESG investing involves looking at nonfinancial information associated with an investment to identify potential risks and rewards associated with how your organization deals with environmental, social and governance issues, investment governance and the integration of environmental, social and governance factors, by the same token, integrating values with investment decisions is a practice gaining incredible attention.
Your approach to holistic returns means you are committed to delivering excellent long-term investment performance and stewardship, while improving the lives of many.
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