Capital Group finds ESG hampered by lack of consistency in reporting

Study investigates barriers to ESG adoption

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Capital Group's ESG Global Study 2021
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Capital Group's ESG Global Study 2021

Some 53% of investors globally say they are held back from integrating ESG data into their investment decision-making process due to a lack of consistency in ESG scores, a study by Capital Group has found.

Capital Group's ESG Global Study 2021 surveyed 1,040 global institutional and wholesale investors across 16 different countries, finding that 27% of them also ranked difficulties in accessing information...

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