William Burckart and Steve Lydenberg, CFA, argue persuasively that systemic issues have important implications for future returns.
Without strong fiduciary standards, ESG may become an excuse for fund managers to underperform and charge higher fees.
Capitalism will have to adapt to meet the green challenge.
Leaders in socially responsible investing (SRI) shared their in-the-trenches perspective on this evolving space.
That investing responsibly is complicated does not imply that investors should abandon the effort, in Morten Strange’s view.
ACTIAM, the Dutch asset manager, has set itself a groundbreaking goal: By 2030, it hopes to be water neutral. Hans van Houwelingen, the firm's CEO, talks to Monika Freyman, CFA, about this ambitious target.
What trends are influencing endowment investing in today’s market?
Why do professional investors talk about behavioral finance more than they apply its insights? How do single stocks influence factor returns? The leading Enterprising Investor posts from last month address these questions and more.
It's time for environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing to become more of a science and less of an art, says Christopher K. Merker, PhD, CFA.
In the final analysis, can we truly measure the emissions of our portfolio? Or understand what the actual “carbon footprint” is? No, not really, says Christopher K. Merker, CFA, but it is becoming easier.