Investing with purpose

Responsible investing has become a byword of our times. As climate change and the impact of human activity on the environment are becoming more clearly understood, a new generation of investors is taking greater interest in where their money is invested.

Along with this, they are paying closer attention to issues such as corporate behaviour, global poverty levels, human rights and diversity, and using the influence for make positive change. To be a truly responsible investor, it is important to hold a mix of asset classes, and this blog series aims to explore the themes and opportunities within them.

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Quality over quantity

Sustainable investing may be known for its values and principles, but there are other advantages for investors. David Harrison explains how companies that embrace ESG are more likely to be more resilient over the long term.

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