Many investors believe that ESG investing means sacrificing performance for “doing good.”
At Stein, we’re glad to tell you that research is proving them wrong!
For example according to the Financial Times in January 2019, companies that have reduced their carbon footprints the most every year have outperformed those with high carbon footprints.
ESG investments actually have a comparable or better performance than regular investments.
Companies that score high on Environmental, Social, and Governance criteria tend to be better at managing risks, employ a more engaged workforce and innovate more.
This is why sustainability investing is not only the right thing to do, it’s also a way to reduce the risks of investing while enhancing returns.
ESG Investing simply makes financial sense.
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