Environmental, social & governance (ESG) issues are becoming increasingly relevant investment considerations.

The rise of ESG investing has accompanied the rise in general social appreciation of the various ESG issues facing society. This has also gravitated to the political stage: in many countries “green” parties have become major political forces, and activists such as Greta Thunberg taking a stand on ESG issues have become household names...

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