“Risk Washing” is the process of disguising or ‘mislabelling’ the true underlying risks underpinning an investment portfolio.
Without understanding these fundamentals, investors can be exposed to risks that they may not have signed up for.
Are you fully cognisant of the risks your investment portfolio is taking?
Sustainable investment management appears to be the new buzz term, but what does it really mean?
Surely, we have always wanted a sustainable investment management strategy i.e. investments that endure for the long term and deliver a sustainable return. But is there more to sustainable investing these days?
Assets under management in funds that abide by environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles have surpassed $1 trillion for the first time on record, according to data compiled by Morningstar.
James Penny CIO of TAM Asset Management provides a compelling case for ESG investing post Covid-19. James also outlines why he believes ESG will become the mainstream investment criteria for fund managers post pandemic and why companies will have to embrace ESG fundamentals.
Watch and listen carefully as the contents have far reaching implications for investments and investment returns going forward.