By Elise Hansen (September 18, 2020, 5:14 PM EDT) -- While the pandemic has created some obstacles for investment strategies that consider environmental, social and governance factors, it has also cast the business value of these factors into sharp relief and could spur increased adoption of ESG frameworks, attorneys told Law360.
ESG-focused investing was already on the rise before COVID-19 hit, but the economic setback — along with the diversion of companies' attention and resources to deal with the crisis — could have pushed ESG investing to the back burner.
Instead, many companies are becoming increasingly attuned to the relationship between ESG factors and their bottom lines, said Eric Johnson, a...
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