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The Good Investment Review: Evidencing Responsible Investment

25 Apr, 2022 | Return|

Driven by increased visibility and urgency on issues such as climate change and human rights, we have witnessed a rapidly growing Responsible Investment (RI) universe, whereby capital is being deployed to address some of the world’s most pressing social and environmental challenges. As the industry rushes to embrace the growing demand for RI solutions, we have seen an influx of new product launches and repurposed strategies labelled Responsible or Sustainable. Whilst this is ultimately a positive step forward, it does create the challenge of unpicking the plethora of funds on offer to understand if they are delivering on both their financial and non-financial outcomes.

The thirteenth edition of The Good Investment Review seeks to tackle just that, exploring what investors may need to consider when entering the world of RI. We have partnered with eleven sponsors to examine the key themes when it comes to evidencing how funds and fund groups are doing good and avoiding doing harm. We illustrate how investors can avoid greenwashing to identify genuine RI funds, as well as providing greater transparency on the reporting and frameworks in place to evidence the force for good RI funds can have:

Download a copy of the April edition of The Good Investment Review below. We hope you enjoy reading this latest edition, if you have any questions or would like to discuss any aspects of the review in more detail, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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