ESG investing on the rise despite perceived lack of understanding

FE Fundinfo study

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“It may be an overstatement that 38% of advisers believe their clients have an understanding of what ESG involves." - Mikkel Bates.
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“It may be an overstatement that 38% of advisers believe their clients have an understanding of what ESG involves." - Mikkel Bates.

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing is growing in popularity despite a limited understanding of what it entails, research has revealed.

FE fundinfo's 2020 Financial Adviser Study found that while more than half (56%) of advisers have increased the amount of client money they have invested in ESG funds in the past 12 months, more th...

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