Investors apply ethical screens to cash management

It was the Romans who said pecunia non olet, but from an ethical investment perspective, that no longer holds true. Ethical cash management has emerged as an issue in the push for institutional investors to divest from assets that are carbon emissions-intensive, and there is wider, increased interest in investing in short-term cash vehicles that come from banking institutions with sustainable operations and policies.

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