ESG 'purely the delivery of alpha' - RLAM's Mike Fox

"Underused by fund managers"

Victoria McKeever
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"As a fund manager and nothing else, I view this as a market inefficiency - and so a way of delivering alpha," said RLAM's Mike Fox.
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"As a fund manager and nothing else, I view this as a market inefficiency - and so a way of delivering alpha," said RLAM's Mike Fox.

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing needs to be thought of purely in terms of "the delivery of alpha", according to Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) head of sustainable funds Mike Fox.

Speaking at the Adviser Home ‘Sustainable Investing' event, Fox (pictured) said ESG should not just be looked upon as the implementation of personal beliefs but also as the delivery of investment p...

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