Assessing big tech's ESG risks and opportunities: Aviva InvestorsBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | THURSDAY, 5 AUG 2021 3:02PM
Tech companies such as Alphabet, Facebook and Microsoft have soared over the past 12 months and the IT sector is a large component of many ESG funds, but Aviva Investors cautions that there are ESG risks to businesses' practices that must be scrutinised.Read more: IT, Aviva Investors, Facebook, Alphabet, Microsoft, Louise Piffaut
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