New study: Large asset owners are pushed to lead the sustainable investing trend

Global large institutional asset owners -- such as the Norwegian oil fund -- are pushed towards adapting sustainable investment strategies if they want to avoid lower returns, according to a new study.

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Large asset managers play an increasingly significant role to the well-being of humanity via sustainable investing practices, argues a new study by the 'Thinking Ahead Institute'.

The institute is established by global advisory firm Willis Towers Watson.

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