The long and the short of ESG in the Covid-19 crisis

Resetting priorities

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Camilla Ritchie of Seven Investment Management
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Camilla Ritchie of Seven Investment Management

There has been a view that environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing was just a fad, which would go away at the end of the bull market because it was expensive and just something nice to have while the going is good.

The Covid-19 crisis is therefore a good test of ESG, with many wondering how would it perform in these exceptional market conditions? It's still too early to say anything much about how financial markets...

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