“The bulk of research and our experience demonstrate there is no inherent performance penalty for using these types of drivers in investment decision making. In fact, we see ESG as additive.”
– Dawn Wolfe, BMO Global Asset Management
ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) is attracting growing investor interest and assets. Three leading practitioners – Sandra Carlisle, Head of Responsible Investment at Newton Capital Management in London; Mary Jane McQuillen, Managing Director, Portfolio Manager and Head of the ESG Investment Program at ClearBridge Investments in New York; and Dawn Wolfe, Director, Responsible Investing at BMO Global Asset Management headquartered in Chicago — explain their firms’ philosophies, processes and methods of engagement. They share their view that social good and financial good are converging.
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