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Integration of ESG in a disruptive world

Responsible investing: Will ESG factors disrupt the way you invest?   Our recent quarterly update focused on disruptions — how the current environment can be disrupted by new approaches and technologies. Often disruptors sit in plain sight. The trends and efforts they represent can emerge over time, but ESG factors can also suddenly impact both

Materiality matters: Targeting the ESG issues that impact performance

Russell Investments has developed a new way to measure a company’s ESG (environmental, social and governance) score. Our evidence suggests that the Russell Investments material ESG scores can potentially provide more insight than broader ESG scores. Request our Materiality Matters research   At Russell Investments, we believe that a sound awareness of ESG factors and

Feb 21, 2018 Categories: Investment Strategy

A new approach to reduced-carbon portfolios

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing has led to a spike in reduced-carbon portfolios. Emily Steinbarth, a member of the ESG Knowledge Specialists team at Russell Investments, discusses our latest insights into global decarbonisation strategies. Is it possible that the standard approach to reduced-carbon portfolios may actually be lowering exposure to carbon alternatives?   A

Responsible Investing – why, what and the how

Responsible Investing – why, what and how?

Why is responsible investing a hot topic? What’s the difference between SRI and ESG? Can non-financial and financial goals co-exist? Russell Investments discuss the why, the what and the how of responsible investing.     Whether you’ve seen it referred to as SRI (socially responsible investing), ESG investing (environmental, social and governance) or just plain

Could bounded responsibility push responsible investing into the mainstream?

Responsible investing* continues to grow. But although the concept has its advocates, many large European and U.S. institutional investors have no policy with regards to responsible investing, and no intention of creating one. Bounded responsibility Among many institutional investors, responsible investing is not truly mainstream. The current situation is bifurcated: in or out. Investors in

Are ESG tilts consistent with value creation in Europe?

Yes! Some investors are keen to incorporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in their portfolios. However, others think ESG has little to do with value creation and investment returns. So, are active investment managers actually positioning their portfolios to back ESG factors? And can these ESG tilts be consistent with good performance? Whilst the

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