ESG information is material to investors, and the SEC has clear statutory authority to require public companies to disclose these risks.
The report provides data on the US asset management firms and institutional asset owners using one or more sustainable investment strategies and examines the ESG issues they consider in managing their portfolios.
US SIF statement on the introduction of the Climate Risk Disclosure Act of 2018.
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US SIF brings all of this to you as the non-profit hub for the sustainable, responsible and impact investment (SRI) sector in the United States. Our members, representing more than $3 trillion in assets under management or advisement include investment management and advisory firms, mutual fund companies, research firms, financial planners and advisors, broker-dealers, banks, credit unions, community development organizations, non-profit associations, and asset owners.
Join us to be part of an exciting collaborative network committed to investment practices that consider environmental, social and corporate governance criteria to generate long-term competitive financial returns and positive societal impact. We are building a more sustainable and equitable economy.Read More >>
Our resources include introductions to integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues into investment choices and information about financial performance with SRI. You will also find fact sheets on proxy voting and shareholder resolutions.Visit the Center for Sustainable Investment Education to learn about our online course the Fundamentals of Sustainable and Impact Investment and to access our other resources.Read More >>