Social and environmental change is happening faster than ever. Climate change, shifting demographics and the technology revolution are reshaping our planet. Those companies that can adapt and thrive will be more successful in attracting customers, employees and growing their business. Click on the image below to find out more.
In 2016, our Global Investor Study of 20,000 investors in 28 countries around the world revealed that ESG factors were more important to consumers when choosing an investment than to advisers when recommending investments.
In 2017, to accurately gauge the latest attitudes, we surveyed more than 22,000 people from 30 countries who invest. We asked them about their knowledge, views and actions when it comes to sustainable investing.
Read our findings on global perspectives on sustainable investing here.
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Find out more as we lay out Schroders’ view of the landscape of activities, strategies that fall under the broad umbrella of sustainability and “ESG”, and our assessment of the terms most commonly associated with each.
Spanning social and financial investments, sustainability covers a broad range of environmental, social and governance (ESG) topics. By following a six-step process, we integrate our sustainability research into the way we invest across asset classes and geographies and seek to deliver not only returns for investors, but better outcomes for society as a whole.
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Knowing what to do with insights is the key that unlocks value for you. Our investors and analysts globally have the knowledge and experience to do this for our clients. We seek to integrate ESG considerations into our research and overall investment decisions. Find out more in our regular sustainable investment reports, view the latest one here.
We are rated A+ for our approach by the United Nation’s PRI organisation and the No.1 asset manager by ShareAction. We don’t tick boxes, but add value through real insight and actively engaging to improve companies’ behaviours and governance.
Source: Schroders, as at 31 December 2017 unless otherwise stated. 1PRI, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Assessment Reports.2ShareAction, "Lifting the Lid: Responsible Investment Performance of European Asset Managers", March 2017. 3Asset Owners Disclosure Project, "Global Climate Index 2017“, April 2017. 4Financial Reporting Council 2016 Assessment
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