When Investment Funds Are Not As Green As They Suggest

By Mark Kenkre, Matt Sumpton and Ufedo Omale (April 29, 2022, 10:13 AM BST) -- Consumer expectations are changing, with increasing demands on companies, even governments, to prioritize and publicize their approach to environmental, social and governance issues. ESG issues cover things such as environmental management practices, consumer protection and corporate obligations.

When a company promotes its ESG practices, it creates an impression to consumers that it conducts its business in an ethical and sustainable manner; that it carries out good corporate citizenship. This is no longer just a nice to have aspect in business.

This trend has also led to the rise of ESG funds: investment funds that carry the labels ESG or sustainable and...

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