Investors and financial advisers focused on environmental, social and governance strategies are stepping up their game and broadening their scope, according to the latest research from the Global Impact Investing Network, known as GIIN.
The new report, released Thursday, shows that ESG investors exercise a “multidimensional approach to their decision-making” when it comes to financial performance and impact.
Contrary to what some might assume about impact investors, financial performance is often the top priority, said Amit Bouri, CEO of GIIN.
“We find that the vast majority of impact investors are looking for competitive returns,” he said, highlighting what may not be obvious to most non-ESG investors.
The research, which incorporates several research studies, breaks down the multifaceted approach most impact investors adhere to when allocating assets.
“Financial performance is always a priority, but in practice investors are…
News Highlights Finance
- According to the source ESG investors balance financial and impact performance
- Check all news and articles from the Finance news updates.