Two thirds of HK and Singaporeans say ESG investing is 'important' post Covid

Mark Battersby
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Nearly two thirds of Hong Kong and Singapore-based investors (63%) say that ESG and sustainability are now important factors in how they select investments, with this rising to 71% for Hongkongers in the higher income bracket (HK$1,000,000 and above per annum), according to a new study released today (2 September) by St James's Place Wealth Management Asia. Titled ‘Wealthy, Healthy Planet - The Power of Personal Wealth in Sustainable Development', the research was based on a survey of approximately 2,000 affluent to high-net worth investors across Hong Kong and Singapore conducted in Feb...

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