56% of investors say ESG is a new 'safe-haven' - deVere

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Sustainable and responsible investments are now regarded as ‘safe havens' by the majority of investors, according to deVere Group. DeVere reports that 56% of clients who seek to include environmental, social and governance (ESG)-orientated investments into their portfolios do so citing that such sustainable funds offer financial protection in times of uncertainty. A safe-haven asset is a financial instrument that is expected to retain, or even gain value during periods of economic downturn. And ESG is something that Nigel Green, pictured left, deVere Group's CEO and founder, says ...

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