Calastone: ESG accounts for 84% of all equity investments since 2019

Growing shift from active to passive funds

Pedro Gonçalves
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Booming ESG funds have enabled active equity funds to remain resilient
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Booming ESG funds have enabled active equity funds to remain resilient

ESG funds have accounted for 84% of investments into equity funds in previous two years, with net inflows rising seven-fold since to a total of $15.1bn out of $18.1bn, according to the latest figures from Calastone.

There is a growing global shift in investing from active to passive funds, with active funds seeing $5.4bn in outflows in the past two years, while net inflows into passive/index funds reached $24.5bn,...

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