A number of studies have shown that the demand for and interest in sustainable investments and investment strategies has increased significantly in recent years. However, if you analyze the figures a little more closely, you can see that many “sustainable” investors restrict themselves to the definition of exclusion criteria, ESG integration and that the sustainability factors are neither used as risk factors, nor as innovatin indicators. Moreover they are rarely taken into account systematically, and do not form part of financial due diligence. However they are part of a sound risk management approach and therefore need to be integrated and quantified in rating models and in investment decisions of companies.
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