Special Report on
Sustainable and Socially Responsible Investing
Sustainable and Socially Responsible Investing - Trends
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The Social Investment Forum (SIF), the national nonprofit membership association for the sustainable and socially responsible investment (SRI) industry, has launched the survey process for its next Report on Socially Responsible Investing Trends in the United States. The closely watched SIF Trends report plays a critical role in educating investors, policymakers, the news media and general public about the extent of sustainable and responsible investing practices by U.S. institutional investors and money managers. The 2010 edition of the report – the eighth in the Trends series – will be the most thorough ...
More than 570 asset owners and investment managers who control more than $18 trillion in global assets have signed on to the UN’s Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI). The magnitude of these numbers indicates that sustainable and socially responsible investing has achieved mainstream status. At the same time, the news that the UNPRI expelled five signatories for failure to issue annual reports detailing their progress in implementing the group’s sustainability guidelines suggests a lack of serious commitment to the charter’s principles. These compliance failures may also be ... Read More
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