ESG and financial performance: aggregated evidence from more than 2000 empirical studies (Deutsche Bank)

In a new extensive study, Deutsche Asset Management and the
University of Hamburg investigate, whether integrating ESG into the investment
process has had a positive effect on corporate financial performance.

They analyze whether the effect was stable over time, how a link between ESG and CFP differs across regions and asset classes and whether any specific sub-category of E, S or G had a dominant influence on CFP. In this paper we highlight the main conclusions.

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