Sustainable Investing's Competitive AdvantagesAug 6, 2019
A new study shows that sustainable funds provide both financial performance and lowered risk, as well as ways to invest responsibly.
Manage exposures by intentionally avoiding investments that generate revenue from objectionable activities, sectors or geographies.
Proactively consider ESG criteria alongside financial analysis to identify opportunities and risks during the investment process.
Focus on themes and sectors dedicated to solving sustainability related domestic and global challenges.
Allocate to funds focused on private enterprises that are structured to deliver specific positive social and/or environmental impacts.
By aligning their capital with their values, Jewish investors and philanthropists can potentially have a greater impact on the world’s problems.
Incorporate climate change and fossil fuel awareness into your portfolio, based on your own environmental and financial objectives.
Develop a tailored investment approach to integrate gender diversity criteria into your portfolio.
Examine all sources of capital—including human, financial and philanthropic—and determine how to best align these assets to achieve positive impact.
Plastic waste reduction, climate change, community development—investors care strongly about environmental and social issues, and that’s reflected in their ever-growing interest in sustainable investing.