The conundrum of ESG in emerging marketsBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | MONDAY, 18 JAN 2021 3:08PM
Editorial note: This piece is sponsored by T. Rowe Price
Integrating environmental, social and governance considerations into emerging markets portfolios can assist investors in finding companies that outperform their peers. However, they also present challenges for managers that take ESG into consideration. ESG-related data is improving, but still lags developed markets, opening up both risk and opportunity for investors.Read more: T. Rowe Price, Irmak Surenkok
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