Investors increasingly see ESG as fiduciary duty, State Street survey reveals

By Michelle D'souza

North American investors are most likely to view ESG as a fiduciary duty, while European investors are driven by regulation, performance and reputational risk, according to results from a survey conducted by State Street Global Advisors

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