Appetite for ESG accelerates during pandemic

Pedro Gonçalves
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The pandemic has increased public interest in sustainable investing, according to a survey by Aviva.  The survey of over 500 people with investments found that over half (55%) said that the pandemic had had an impact on their likelihood to take ESG factors into consideration when deciding where to invest their money. Among those who said they already consider ESG, 81%  said the pandemic made this even more important. The research by Aviva also revealed that this is new for many investors, 81% said the pandemic has made choosing sustainable investments more important and just 32% said ...

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