ESG Factors


Definition: ESG Factors is a set of standards and issues for a company's operations that conscious investors use to screen potential investments. It is an umbrella term used by (professional) investors that refers to:
E - Environmental and Energy related issues (Corporate Sustainability).
S - Social or Societal issues and concerns (Corporate Social Responsibility).
G - Governance issues (Corporate Governance, Corporate Transparency and Corporate Accountability).


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