There’s a new dimension to investing, explains Schroders’ Head of Sustainability, Wealth. “Traditionally, we would evaluate investments in two dimensions: risk and return. The change means that we have to consider a third factor: “Effect,” she says.
In our latest MyStory video, Kate Rogers explains how growing social awareness is increasing demands on all investors. Developments ranging from taxation and regulation to changing consumer choices will affect corporate returns in the future. See Kate Rogers use real-life examples to illustrate the importance of “effects-adjusted” earnings.
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