Choosing what to invest in can mean considering what makes sense ethically as well as financially. In this episode, Becky and Greg discuss sustainable investing, all-things ESG and the reasons for its popularity.
0:57: an opportunity to invest in line with values
4:04: what is ‘emotional return’ and how do we quantify it?
7:32: does socially responsible investing potentially put some people off?
18:15: investing decisions based on an individual’s socio-economic position: is there a wealth barrier?
23:33: the complexity of investing and the nuances involved in deciding what funds tick the sustainable box
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