ESG, or Environmental, Social and Governance, principles have been transforming the mindsets of many investors today. With sustainable investment approaches getting more popular across the globe, some investors might be wondering if they could be potentially compromising performance of their investments for the sake of good citizenship. On this episode of Disruptive Forces, Anu Rajakumar speaks with Hendrik-Jan Boer, Senior Portfolio Manager on Neuberger Berman’s Global and European Sustainable Equity team, where they explore the aspects of what may be allowing corporations to be successful as the world tries to reduce its carbon footprint.
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