ESG Investing: The Little Engine That Could
ESG began as a niche type of investing and has since captivated investors across the globe. Incorporating environmental, social, and governance factors has certainly been touted as a way to potentially mitigate previously overlooked financial risks while aligning with investors’ personal values. One of the biggest challenges for ESG investing has been, and still is, the question of returns. Did ESG investing really deliver the same, if not better, returns as traditional investing? Did ESG investing really cover losses on the downside? These questions were answered with a resounding “yes” in the first quarter of 2020.
Sustainable Investing With Sage’s ESG ETF, GUDB
Sage CIO Bob Smith talks with research analysts Andrew Poreda and Emma Smith about recent market events and the value of sustainable investing through Sage’s. . . .
Climate Change Risk & Municipal Credit Ratings
How does a city’s preparedness for climate change-related events stack up to its credit rating? Sage’s Nick Erickson and John Sama discuss how the disconnect. . . .
ESG Perspectives: 3M – A Case Study on ESG Intentionality
3M is a multinational conglomerate well known for both its industrial products and consumer products, such as Post-it Notes . . .