Sustainable investing has resonated with more asset managers and owners as society demands a wider application of ethics in investing. Photo: Shutterstock Sustainable investing has resonated with more asset managers and owners as society demands a wider application of ethics in investing. Photo: Shutterstock
Sustainable investing has resonated with more asset managers and owners as society demands a wider application of ethics in investing. Photo: Shutterstock

Sustainable investing takes root in Asia-Pacific, with climate and carbon the main focus areas, FTSE Russell survey shows

  • While 85 per cent of asset owners globally were implementing sustainable investments this year, the figure was slightly higher for Asia-Pacific at 88 per cent
  • Climate and carbon-related issues were the main focus for over two-thirds of asset owners in Asia-Pacific

Topic |   ESG investing
Sustainable investing has resonated with more asset managers and owners as society demands a wider application of ethics in investing. Photo: Shutterstock Sustainable investing has resonated with more asset managers and owners as society demands a wider application of ethics in investing. Photo: Shutterstock
Sustainable investing has resonated with more asset managers and owners as society demands a wider application of ethics in investing. Photo: Shutterstock
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