Young Fundpicker: Third-party selectors best-positioned to navigate greenwashing minefield

Bland, vague responses do not impress

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Michael Clough of Momentum Global Investment Management
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Michael Clough of Momentum Global Investment Management

The past two years have seen a huge increase in demand for sustainable funds, or those explicitly integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into their processes and portfolios.

Naturally, fund companies cottoned on and there has been a proliferation of strategies available for investors to buy. Greenwashing was an inevitable consequence of this trend, and Morningstar recently...

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