Pairing financial goals with social good

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Socially responsible investing (SRI) is an increasingly popular way of investing that integrates financial objectives with environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) issues. It offers a practical way to reflect your values and core beliefs in your investments. Investors who choose SRI add an additional challenge to the already complex world of investing, but with proper advice and guidance, investors can integrate their nonfinancial, social, and financial goals. Following are some things to think about if you are considering investing in a socially responsible manner.

Read the paper by by Stephen M. Horan, CFA, Head, Private Wealth Management and Usman Hayat, CFA, Director, Islamic Finance and ESG Investing here: PAIRING FINANCIAL GOALS WITH SOCIAL GOOD

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