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Management article
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Reference no. ROT322
Published by: Rotman Management Magazine
Originally published in: "Rotman Management Magazine", 2016

Abstract

As evidence mounts that sustainability-related initiatives are key to a company's success over time, a growing number of investors are now paying close attention to environmental, social and governance ('ESG') metrics. That according to the authors, whose 2016 Global Executive Study showed that for a decisive majority of investors -more than 70 per cent of those surveyed- sustainability has become central to their investment decisions. With wide ranging examples from GE to Volkswagen to Mitsubishi, they show how leading companies are rising to the challenge.

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Abstract

As evidence mounts that sustainability-related initiatives are key to a company's success over time, a growing number of investors are now paying close attention to environmental, social and governance ('ESG') metrics. That according to the authors, whose 2016 Global Executive Study showed that for a decisive majority of investors -more than 70 per cent of those surveyed- sustainability has become central to their investment decisions. With wide ranging examples from GE to Volkswagen to Mitsubishi, they show how leading companies are rising to the challenge.

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