In this course, you will analyze the importance of assessing stakeholder interest or salience in different ESG factors and industry variances. You will also evaluate the importance of ESG factors in your investment decisions, including how you can use them to create socially responsible portfolios with better-than-average returns. You will also examine the risks associated with ESG investing and how they can affect the corporation’s profitability.
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來自ESG IMPACT: INVESTOR PERSPECTIVE的熱門評論
Only reason I'm docking stars is because the transcription is poor & I rely heavily on written-word over audio to learn.
Trasnscript was not entirely accurate to follow the caourse with, and caused some confusion.
Great course! Prof. Geczy has explained the concepts using many examples, making it interesting and easy.
This was a great refresher on how to use sustainability as a competetive advantage
關於 The Materiality of ESG Factors 專項課程
This specialization will provide learners with the fundamentals and history of ESG investing, and a close examination of the set of investment approaches that are informed by environmental, social and, governance factors. You'll about the five pathways of materiality, and how those interplay with or against ESG performance. You'll review the concepts of positive and negative screening and identify the ESG factors that cause investors to divest from or negatively screen certain assets.