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An interesting podcast explaining why embracing sustainable investment is "a good sort of selfish".







Every asset managers claims to be sustainable, but how do you recognize asset managers that not only talk the talk, but also walk the walk? Daniel Wild, co-CEO of RobecoSAM, discusses the latest trends in sustainable...


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