What does it mean to be an environmental, social and governance (ESG) investor? For John Goldstein, co-founder of Imprint Capital and a managing director in Goldman Sachs Asset Management, investing for ESG requires the same rigor and discipline as “traditional” investing, and the distinction between the two is growing increasingly irrelevant. With better tools to parse data and an ever-expanding understanding of risk, ESG investing has gone from niche to mainstream. (Podcast)
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