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Limit downside with 'good' funds

Limit downside with 'good' funds

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing traditionally involved large institutional investors such as pension funds excluding companies from their list of potential investments that did not meet their ethical or ESG criteria. For example, certain oil and gas, and mining stocks with poor environmental records, aggressive pay-day lenders, state-owned companies over which there are governance concerns, or tobacco and armament companies. 

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