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A SQUARE: The impact of environmental, social and governance factors on performance

Friday, February 12, 2010
An overview of recent research on the impact of ESG factors on performance.

A SQUARE :: 12Feb10 A SQUARE: The impact of environmental, social and governance factors on performance
Category SRI
Author Florian Guldner
- The impact of ESG factors on portfolio returns

- Investment consultants see increasing demand in SRI

- Institutional investors see trade-off
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