FE fundinfo's head of ESG product: From SRI to ESG and navigating the paradigm shift

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In recent years, the sustainable finance industry has witnessed a substantial growth in assets under management and a surge in the number of experts.

This heightened interest can be primarily attributed to the growing global concern surrounding the impacts of climate change. Amid this rapid development, the industry has undergone a fundamental paradigm shift, charting a new course.  Historical development of the industry   When examining the historical development of the industry, it is sometimes helpful to categorise its evolution into three distinct phases:  ·       Socially responsible investment (SRI) focus  ·       ESG focus ·       Sustainability focus  While the foundations of this industry were laid long ago...

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