Articles - Shaping the future of investing – a story of resilience


Looking back on 12 months of experience, Swiss Re shares insights and key learnings from applying ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) criteria to all asset classes. The evidence confirms that ESG makes economic sense: investors benefit from improved risk-adjusted returns. At the same time, society benefits from a more responsible investor community and, therefore, a more resilient world.

 

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