As consumers, we’re more aware of the environmental and social impact of our consumption than ever before – and today, awareness has an impact on many people’s investment choices.
The growth and attention around ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) investing within investment communities has progressed at a tremendous pace. In the U.S., ESG assets have grown 38% between 2016 and 2018,1 and 2019 appears to be no different. Yet as with many things that grow quickly, there can be growing pains, as well.
Today’s ESG investors face a few recurring challenges: