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ESG investing. Biden paves way for ESG retirement funds in reversal from Trump. Proposal could ease concerns of US plan managers who consider factors such as climate risk. Save.
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Investing for Good USA
(3 days ago) Despite predictions that sustainable and impact investing would fall by the wayside during the pandemic as companies battled to stay in business, these investment strategies have been outperforming. And while climate was the primary focus before Covid-19 hit, the crisis has given a new prominence to the S in ESG (environmental, social and governance), with investors increasingly interested in
The hidden costs of investing
(8 days ago) The JPM UK Dynamic fund, which sits in the all companies sector, reports an AMC of 1.59 per cent but ongoing charges and trading costs push the total cost of investing, according to the True and Fair Calculator, up to 3.27 per cent. “When you buy an investment fund you might think the manager’s initial charge and AMC are the end of the story.
Thematic Investing – Discovering Strategies for Growth Home
(2 days ago) The Financial Times, in partnership with Mirae Asset Global Investments and Global X ETFs, was delighted to host this exclusive, virtual half-day summit. The event gathered experts in thematic investing, ranging from researchers, investors and distributors to discuss high growth opportunities and portfolio management tools for 2021 and beyond.
Equities, ETF and Funds prices, indices and stock
(6 days ago) A Ben Graham value investing screen A Ben Graham screen View. Ben Graham is considered the father of 'value investing' - a strategy of screening for companies whose share prices do not reflect their asset backing and dividend streams. He believed that a bargain share is one where net current assets less all prior obligations exceeds the market
Impact Investing in 2020
(6 days ago) Has 2020 truly been a game changer for impact investing, and how have the priorities of European and US investors changed? Is the rise of ESG investing the silver lining to the Covid-19 cloud? How will the US election results benefit the impact investing, and consequently help close the US infrastructure gap? What are the implications of the CPD temperature rating system?
About Investing for Good Asia I 8 September 2021
(5 days ago) The COVID-19 crisis, which has hit vulnerable sections of society the hardest, has amplified the importance of sustainable and impact investing in any post-pandemic future. With the disastrous effects of climate change and a deteriorating environment already being felt around the world, channelling private capital to positive social and
Investing for Good: Mainstreaming ESG
(3 days ago) Though environmental, social and governance investing reached a tipping point last year, the arrival of Covid-19 is a major challenge. How investors respond, as long-term stewards of capital, will define their enduring influence on markets.
Investing for Good Europe
(3 days ago) ESG investing is no longer a trend or a box ticking exercise - it is here to stay. The pandemic intensified the focus on environmental, social and governance issues in 2020, reshaping attitudes and priorities. This will accelerate in the year ahead as the world’s societal and climate change challenges become more acute, and the costs of externalities become impossible to ignore.
Investing in Nature
(7 days ago) Strategically timed to take place ahead of this year’s major international climate and nature conventions, this event will bring together government leaders, Indigenous peoples and community representatives, top investors and other major influencers. Our expert speakers will discuss the economics and finance of biodiversity, and how investors and financiers can play a major role in