Less than half of investors feel confident in creating a measurable ESG impact

Interest in sustainable strategies still high

James Baxter-Derrington
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77% said they would take a pay cut to work for an employer with a strong ESG strategy
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77% said they would take a pay cut to work for an employer with a strong ESG strategy

Less than half of investors (47%) feel they know how to create a measurable impact across different ESG criteria, despite 87% stating they have a "good level of understanding" of ESG, according to a survey from Bruin Financial.

Further, 88% of investors said that ESG principles were important to them when investing and 92% stated that a strong internal ESG strategy at their firm was also important. In a new ESG initiative,...

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