ESG investing, often used interchangeably with SRI, or Socially Responsible Investing, assesses companies based on their environmental, social, and governance business practices to pinpoint both risks and opportunities. It has evolved from simply screening out certain exposures that conflicted with investors' values to identifying firms that seek to generate competitive long-term financial returns in a responsible manner.
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If socially responsible investing is important to you, please let us know! We understand that every client is different and that each person carries his or her own unique set of values and beliefs. We would love to work with you to identify exactly what issues are important to you, and then to tailor your investments to your values.
Identifying Suitable Investments
Investors have been increasingly vocal about their desire to align their portfolios with their social and environmental values. They want to support and own firms that are trying to make a positive impact on the community and the world without sacrificing long-term performance. While finding investments that were concerned with sustainability would have been nearly impossible just a few short years ago, the explosion in popularity of socially responsible investing has now made this possible.