ESG has had a hard last few months, that much is true. It’s gotten politicized in a way that other aspects of the asset management world haven’t, but that doesn’t mean that ESG is going away. Finding an ESG strategy with solid returns is still an important part of advisors’ jobs in modern investing, and strong interest in ESG may merit taking a look at a profits-driven ESG ETF like the iMGP RBA Responsible Global Allocation ETF (IRBA).
Let’s look at ESG right now. As of last month, 81% of U.S.-based institutional investors were planning to increase their allocation to ESG products over the next two years according to a report from PwC — and 83% of their European peers said the same. Climate change and carbon emissions were listed as the top priority for U.S.-based institutional investors and money management firms with sustainability strategies.
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