From niche to mainstream, responsible investments could be coming of age

Responsible investments are becoming increasingly important for venture capitalists and investors, a new survey from PwC demonstrates. 81 percent of respondents now report ESG matters to their boards at least once a year.

ESG issues have moved from niche to mainstream, with 81 percent of the respondents in PwC’s Private Equity Responsible Investment Survey 2019 having adopted a responsible investment policy and 81 percent also reporting ESG matters to their boards at least once a year.

According to PwC, responsible investment could be coming of age.

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