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The Good Investment Review: April 2021

26 Apr, 2021 | Return|


The ongoing Covid-19 crisis has prompted a widespread reassessment of how we live our lives, and this has no doubt spread into the world of investments, with an increasing desire from many investors to understand how their money can be used for the greater good.

There has been no let-up in the pace of change that can be felt in all corners of the asset management industry, as funds continue to be launched across the market and assets under management (AUM) held within Responsible investment funds continue to grow. Over the last six months alone, there has been a 40% increase in AUM of these funds, now standing at £221 billion.

Brought to you by 3D Investing and Good With Money, the tenth edition of The Good Investment Review takes a deep dive into the world of Responsible investment uncovering key themes in this space, from climate focused strategies to the embrace of multi-asset. As always, we seek to provide clarity on this area of the investment universe, sharing insight on the impact on financial performance and the importance of company culture when it comes to ESG and Responsible investment.

From debunking common myths to exploring the plethora of investment opportunities associated with this style of investing, the review features must-read commentary from experts across the industry, including:

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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