Socially Responsible Investing: From Negative to Positive

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Socially responsible investing (SRI), which began centuries ago, provides a basis for an investor to yield financial returns and positively impact society. Initially a means of excluding companies and industries with negative societal implications, SRI has evolved to both exclude and include companies and industries based on environmental, social, and governance impacts.

More recently, the discipline has begun to garner meaningful attention and recognition, possibly driven by changes in the industry and due to the availability of research demonstrating that organizations using this investment style can achieve market-competitive financial returns.

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