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Part II: a case study on embracing & successfully integrating responsible investing in the asset allocation process

Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Policy-wise: The main challenge lies in identifying external hedge fund managers with any form of SRI standards..

A SQUARE :: 28Oct08 Part II: a case study on embracing & successfully integrating responsible investing in the asset allocation process
Category SRI
Author Sona Blessing
A review by UN and Mercer earlier this year concluded that of 20 academic studies, 10 found a positive effect on returns from applying ESG [environmental, social and governance issues] factors, while 7 found a neutral effect and 3 a negative effect.
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