Plan administrators face corporate and personal liability for breach of fiduciary duty if they fail to adequately protect or invest the assets of a registered pension plan. Where do environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations fit into that mix? And what about socially responsible investment (SRI)? What should plan administrators be saying or doing?
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Multi-factor investing and environmental, social and governance strategies
Published By: HSBC | April 10, 2017
Learn how selective exposure to well-established risk premia factors — value, size, momentum, low risk, quality and environmental, social and governance (ESG) approaches can minimize unintended exposures when executing multi-factor-ESG investment strategies.