Published by : Invesco
In this Whitepaper we consider the different approaches to ESG taken in the investment industry, the evidence of the impact of adopting ESG criteria on investment performance
and Invesco's emphasis on Responsible Investing.
Published:17 July 2017
Business Area: Governance and management
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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