Interest in ESG investments is growing while the COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing
06/11/2020 Since 8 months
According to the tenth survey undertaken by the Inverco Observatory, an association of collective investment entities, during the current health crisis around 45% of fund managers have perceived an increasing interest in investments made with ESG criteria. Funda managers that represent about 80% of total investment funds the members of the millennial generation are the ones that have a stronger awareness of the need for ESG investment.
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