Content Package: Values alignment and ESG
Compliance reviewed April 2, 2022
Uploaded April 2, 2022
1 white paper, 2 blog posts, 1 infographic,
10 corresponding social media posts
Tags: ESG, Climate, Leadership
Position paper summary
Aligning investments with values: Where does ESG fit in?
it’s now more important than ever for investors to think critically about the world around them and their role in it. By using ESG data as inputs, investors can identify companies that prioritize these relevant issues and better align their portfolios with their values.
ESG has become a critical tool for investors who want to align their investments with their values. It provides a data-driven framework for assessing a company’s performance on specific issues that are important to the investors.
Blog #1 summary
The role of ESG in values-aligned investing
2021 was described as “a watershed moment for ESG,” and climate concern is expected to continue gaining momentum in 2022. Furthermore, social issues dominated the investor conversation, with Nasdaq now requiring US issuers to have at least one director from an underrepresented minority. Opportunities will continue to evolve, and investors can be part of the journey to ensure that their capital is put to work in a way that improves the world around them.
Blog #2 summary
ESG and the stakeholder ecosystem
ESG is becoming an increasingly important part of the business landscape. From an investment perspective focusing on ESG can help identify opportunities and risks in the entire stakeholder ecosystem, demonstrating how companies are responding – and contributing – to the evolving world in which they play a role.
More investors are seeking a way to leverage ESG data in their portfolio. ESG helps bridge the gap between investments and values.
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