Lots of recent articles talk about the benefits of using ESG data to invest. But what does that mean in a practical sense? How does ESG help make better investment decisions? Whether your aim is sustainable investing or increased returns (or the sweet, sweet overlap of both), here are five resources to get you started.
Are you concerned with the footprint of your business or investments? Check out The ImPact to explore how simple changes in your investment strategy can have a wide impact on the world. The site is pitched toward philanthropic families (and family offices) who are considering impact investing, but there’s good information for anyone who perceives
What’s the best strategy for creating positive impact? Institutions with a mandate to consider the environment struggle with controversy over whether to keep or sell investments in fossil fuels. Recently, University of Toronto President Meric S. Gertler took a stand, saying blanket divestment isn’t sustainable. Find out how the U of T will satisfy fiduciary responsibility
Check out the Fiduciary Talk podcast for an interview with OWL ESG cofounder Ben Webster, speaking with fi360’s Blaine Aiken about how ESG can improve investment decisions. Investors at all levels have become more interested in responsible investment practices, but sorting out what that means can be a real chore — even when you’re the