WHAT IS ESG?

ESG Investing, also known as socially responsible investing (SRI) can be defined as the consideration of Environmental, Social and Governance factors alongside performance factors in the investment decision-making process.

WHAT IS ESG?

ESG Investing, also known as socially responsible investing (SRI) can be defined as the consideration of Environmental, Social and Governance factors alongside performance factors in the investment decision-making process.

WHAT IS ESG?

ESG Investing, also known as socially responsible investing (SRI) can be defined as the consideration of Environmental, Social and Governance factors alongside performance factors in the investment decision-making process.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Your investments go towards businesses that value sustainability. These corporations monitor energy efficiency and alternative energy sources as well as reduce toxic emissions and waste. They take proactive steps to conserve and support the environment.

  • Energy
  • Waste management
  • Raw material sourcing
  • Clean tech
  • Water

SOCIAL

Invest in socially responsible companies that value employees, stakeholders, suppliers and the community. These are companies that give back and ensure a healthy and safe work environment. They also work with suppliers that possess these same values.

  • Product safety
  • Labor relations
  • Consumer satisfaction
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Supply chain

GOVERNANCE

Good governance prioritizes ethics and transparency about factors like accounting procedures, executive salaries, and audits. Companies with a focus on governance also believe in hearing everyone’s voice.

  • Shareholder rights
  • Voting procedures
  • Political involvement
  • Business ethics
  • Board diversity and structure
  • Executive pay/ownership alignment