Socially Responsible Investment (SRI), alongside the search for financial performance, takes into account non-financial criteria (ESG: Environment, Social, Governance) in assessing and selecting assets to generate social and/or environmental added value. The analysis of ESG aspects makes it possible to incorporate a responsibility approach but also to select the players best prepared for the changes in our society and best anticipating their risks and the challenges of tomorrow.
Socially Responsible Investment is attracting increasing levels of investor interest. Despite its growing success, however, misconceptions still abound.
Investors sometimes find it difficult to identify funds that reflect their own sustainable goals. How can you be sure that the funds are really sustainable?