How can sustainable investment increase your risk/return profile?
Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) is gaining momentum and outgrowing the traditional investment market.
It has grown by 25% globally since 2014* and more than a third of professionally managed assets in Europe are currently invested according to strategies that factor in some environmental, social and governance parameters.
For our clients, SRI or “sustainable investing” improves the risk-return profile of their portfolios, while meeting the demands of end investors, stakeholders and regulators.
With a top-ranked ESG Research, performing index solutions, and a broad socially responsible product offer - ranging from the most vanilla to the most customized proposal - our aim is to deliver sustainable investment solutions that fit the diverse ESG & SRI strategies of our clients. See the links below for details on a few examples of key performing themes:
Find out how to make Markets work in your favour through the expertise of our SRI teams, for all your ESG investment and hedging needs*. *
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