Free sustainable investing benchmarks grow with human rights study

The movement to create free investment benchmarks to support the Sustainable Development Goals is gathering pace, with the launch this week of a major survey of corporate human rights performance.

  • By Jon Hay
  • 17 May 2018
Investors are paying ever more attention to the behaviour of companies and governments they finance, and use a wide variety of ratings and benchmarks. But this has not transformed capital markets. Harmful activities — such as pollution and climate change-inducing oil and gas consumption — are still being ...

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