Markets as mirrors: Millennials and the growth of sustainable investing

Tapping into ESG concerns key to securing investment growth

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Lauren Smart of Trucost
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Lauren Smart of Trucost

We are on the cusp of the largest inter-generational transfer of wealth ever experienced, with more than $30trn projected to fall under the control of millennials (those born between 1981 and 1996) over the next 20 years in the US alone.

Yet this generation, about to hit their prime spending years, is also acutely aware of the escalating risks that climate change and unsustainable business practises pose to the planet they are inheriting...

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