In recent years, we have seen an increase in ESG Scores being used to determine whether or not individuals get involved with a specific investment.
ESG Scores are used to determine the efforts made by companies in the areas of environment, social and governance.
In this episode, Mike Dukovich sits down with Kent McClanahan, vice president of responsible investing with RBC Wealth Management, as they discuss the topic of ESG in relation to investing. Kent shares information that points to ESG becoming something more people are looking toward when creating investment portfolios.
- What ESG Scores are and how they are determined
- Where you can find information regarding a company’s ESG
- How companies are changing due to the popularity of ESG
- Examples of environmental, social and governance factors fitting into ESG
- And more