Learn about ESG from Sun Life Asset Management
In recent years, more and more responsible companies have included ESG elements in their
corporate policies while investors have expected higher potential returns from companies with
outstanding ESG scores. But, what is ESG?
Generally speaking, ESG is a tool to analyze sustainability of a company. Unlike traditional
financial data, that of ESG reflects factors that are not disclosed in financial reports but are
still important when measuring the value of a company. ESG factors can be regarded as intangible
assets of responsible company.
In Hong Kong, ESG investing has gradually become a sustainable trend. Apart from various
ESG-related investment products, there are also indices compiled with the concept of ESG. Hang
Seng ESG 50 Index is one example.
Watch the video now to learn more about ESG and Hang Seng ESG 50 Index.