Millennials call on investment firms for better ESG information

Firms 'ill-equipped' to meet young demand

Laura Dew
Some 82% said more education was needed to drive interest in socially responsible investment

Some 82% said more education was needed to drive interest in socially responsible investment

Firms are "ill-equipped" to capture millennial demand for responsible investments as 80% of the younger generation indicate interest in the area, but feel they lack vital information on the topic from providers, according to research by First State Investments.

A study entitled Millenials & Responsible Investment conducted with Kepler Cheuvreux of 540 investors, 79% of whom were millennials, found over 80% of millennials were interested in making responsible...

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