"Full transparency should be the number one criteria of responsible investment", says Comgest's Thévoux-Chabuel

Eugenia Jiménez
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As the interest on ESG investing grows among the asset management industry, it becomes increasingly important - and difficult - to define what the acronym really means. ESG investing seems to be a term often misused and even mis-sold, says Sébastien Thévoux-Chabuel, portfolio manager and ESG analyst at the French investment house Comgest. Thévoux-Chabuel comments: "Always eager to sell something, some in the asset management industry may have marketing teams that supply all kind of funds - at the risk of greenwashing (and even of mis-selling). "We could wonder if fiduciary duty has...

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