As growing numbers of investors get serious about ESG investing, more hedge fund managers are adopting the approach with an eye to securing additional inflows.
According to Jim Neumann, chief investment officer at global hedge fund advisory firm Sussex Partners, more managers are launching ESG strategies or reconfiguring existing strategies to be as ESG compliant as possible, allowing managers to raise more assets from public and private pensions that are under pressure to go green and be more aware of social governance.
Hedge fund managers have been slow to adopt ESG strategies, largely due to . . .
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