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Making ESG Second Nature in Asset Allocation

Making ESG Second Nature in Asset Allocation

by Jess Gaspar, Sara Rosner
ESG is increasingly fundamental to investing, and multi-asset investors face an added ESG dimension: strategic asset allocation. Keeping ESG objectives front and center in the process may not be as second nature as it is with traditional risk/return objectives, but alignment—and a strong investment policy statement—can help.

Asset Allocation, Climate Change, Invest for Purpose, Multi-Asset, Responsible Investing/ESG


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