Sixty-seven per cent of mainland family business executives have developed sustainability strategies as part of their business decisions. Photo: Shutterstock Sixty-seven per cent of mainland family business executives have developed sustainability strategies as part of their business decisions. Photo: Shutterstock
Sixty-seven per cent of mainland family business executives have developed sustainability strategies as part of their business decisions. Photo: Shutterstock
ESG investing

Hong Kong’s family offices need to be aware of risks as they invest more in environmental, socially beneficial projects, experts say

  • The younger generation of the family businesses are more willing to invest in projects that can help crack down on pollution or have a positive impact on society, according to a survey by PwC
  • There is a risk of conflict when family members have different views of what environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) projects to back

Topic |   ESG investing
Sixty-seven per cent of mainland family business executives have developed sustainability strategies as part of their business decisions. Photo: Shutterstock Sixty-seven per cent of mainland family business executives have developed sustainability strategies as part of their business decisions. Photo: Shutterstock
Sixty-seven per cent of mainland family business executives have developed sustainability strategies as part of their business decisions. Photo: Shutterstock
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