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Two out of three on ESG


Melbourne: ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) is one of the fastest growing trends in
investing globally.

It has become part of the funds management zeitgeist, aided, in part, by research pointing to better
performance by fund managers that favour companies with good ESG policies and practices.
The recent decision by the Trump administration to restrict the ability of US pension funds to invest
in companies espousing ESG principles has thrown a spotlight on the issue once again.

Read the full Media Release: here.

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