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Responsible Investing – why, what and how?

Responsible Investing – why, what and the 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

ESG in fixed income – do bond managers walk the walk?

I’ve just completed our second annual survey of fixed income managers’ attitudes to Responsible Investment and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors. Our new 2016 survey highlighted an increasing level of ESG awareness and a widespread willingness to incorporate ESG factors into fixed income managers’ investment processes. ESG is becoming increasingly important for many investors,

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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