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Investors - both global and local - not walking the sustainable investment talk: Schroders

PC Lee
PC Lee10/1/2019 12:35 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Investors - both global and local - not walking the sustainable investment talk: Schroders
SINGAPORE (Oct 1): There remains a gulf between people’s sustainable investment aspirations and the reality of how they prioritise these factors in their investment decision-making.
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SINGAPORE (Oct 1): There remains a gulf between people’s sustainable investment aspirations and the reality of how they prioritise these factors in their investment decision-making.

A recent survey by Schroders found that although a significant proportion of investors -- both globally and in Singapore -- clearly believe that sustainable investing is important, this has yet to translate into tangible action for the majority.

Among the findings of the Schroders Global Investor Study 2019 that led to this conclusion was that out of the 25,000 investors across the world surveyed, only 16% have invested in sustainability, compared to 32% who are interested and would like to invest this way.

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