The answer was overwhelmingly that it is not. These fund managers tell Portfolio Adviser what it is that they do in their due diligence process to determine whether a company is worthy of calling itself “Socially Responsible”.
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By Gary Corcoran, 2 Mar 17
Investor demand for Socially Responsible Investments (SRI) is on the rise, but how can a fund manager evaluate how ‘socially responsible’ a company really is?
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