ESG integration into quantitative investment management

There is a growing use of environmental and social factors as part of quantitative investment techniques in equity portfolios, with fund managers integrating ESG data to either screen out undesired stocks, or to create customised benchmarks that tilt away from companies with poorer ESG scores and toward companies with better ESG scores.

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