Responsible Investing

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The biggest barrier to social impact investing is low awareness of its opportunities to align investment goals with social goals. Some investors prefer to consciously trade-off social good and financial outcomes, thereby 'buying' the maximum social good with their wealth.

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Financial returns aren't the only thing investors value. Financial returns aren't just a means, they can be an end. Investors need to feel comfortable with their portfolio if they are to succeed.

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Sustainable and would-be-sustainable investors are distinguished by attitudes far more than by demographics, and points to six 'social investment profiles' that indicate characteristics of different representative groups of the investing population.

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Sustainable and would-be-sustainable investors are distinguished by attitudes far more than by demographics, and points to six 'social investment profiles' that indicate characteristics of different representative groups of the investing population.

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Oxford Risk collaborated with Standard Chartered on a report into interest in sustainable investing: what's the current state of play, and how can it be improved?

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