Global challenges facing the world today, including those related to climate change, environmental degradation, poverty and inequality have introduced new layers of complexity to the investment landscape. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues are some of the most important drivers of change in the world today; how corporations make profits has become intimately tied to the confines of the society and the environment in which we live. Companies are increasingly rethinking the ways in which they conduct business while investors are reevaluating traditional investment approaches.

ESG investing is the consideration of environmental, social and governance factors alongside traditional financial factors in the investment decision-making process. allowing investors to align their personal values with their investment goals. Investors may consider a number of different ESG factors, metrics and data when looking to adopt an ESG investing strategy.

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