Over the past 10 years, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing has moved from a fringe concept into a mainstream activity.
Despite the ongoing rise in ESG investments and attention given to the topic, there are still investors who believe that the cumbersome task of selecting, standardizing, and incorporating relevant ESG data into their investment strategy presents more problems than benefits.
Whether investors choose to buy, build, or blend different ESG datasets, self-reflection on their core ESG principles and goals is essential to their investment strategy. Asset owners and investment managers require transparent, ever-expanding coverage, comprehensive mapping capabilities, and data flexibility that can keep pace with their evolving needs.
To learn more about how to successfully incorporate ESG data into your investment strategy, download our eBook, Solving the ESG Data Challenge: A Transparent Framework for Leveraging Connected Content to Simplify ESG Vendor Selection, Evaluation, and Data Integration.