Environmental and governance factors are more easily quantifiable and applicable to investment strategies than social factors, but investors could be missing out on vital risk management tools, potential performance gains and growing client interest by marginalising the 'S' in ESG investing.
Governance has long been a focus of investors when analysing investee companies, and in recent years the emergence of benchmarks and other analytical tools has made the link between environmental factors...
Replaces António Horta-Osório
Blending active and passive strategies
Schroders scrapes £75m for British Opportunities Trust as UK smaller companies launches fail to entice
Schroders 'faces headwinds'
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'Better balance between fee and interest income'