The appeal of environmental, social and governance investing

Across the globe, more businesses are also placing greater emphasis on tackling society's greatest challenges. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - What was once a small corner of the investment world has grown exponentially in size and scope in recent years.

Interest around environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing started to take a foothold in 2018, before gaining a firmer grip during the Covid-19 pandemic amid the latest reports on climate change.

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