Oxford Risk: Wealth managers failing on ESG issues

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Wealth managers are failing to discuss responsible investing and ESG issues with retail investors, suggests a new study from Oxford Risk - the behavioural finance fintech. The study interviewed 457 investors managed by wealth managers and found that almost half (46%) of respondents have never been contacted to discuss their attitude to ESG and responsible investing, while only 37% said that their own portfolio reflects their views on sustainable investing, reports sister site Investment Week. This has led to 32% of investors reporting that their wealth manager does not address their E...

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