What to know Sustainable investing allows you to implement your core values while increasing your profits. ETFs, Index Funds, and Roboadvisors are a good place to start.
Four main approaches
- Exclusionary screening - avoiding investment in companies or sectors that do not align with investor values.
- ESG integration - rating companies based on their implementation of Environmental, Social and Governance principles.
- Thematic investing - focusing investments according to interest in specific themes, for example clean energy.
- Impact investing - investing in companies or funds with the intention of generating impact alongside a financial return.
Bottom line -- Sustainable investing not only offers you a way to invest according to your values, but it also provides good financial performance and potential risk mitigation.
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