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In this article, Perpetual Private looks at the principles, the options and the pitfalls of SRI. Few groups are as eager to align their investments with their values as philanthropists and not-for-profits (NFPs). These groups have been a key driver of ‘Socially Responsible Investing’ (SRI) which has emerged as a pragmatic and profitable investment framework.

We’ve seen increased private-sector focus on the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals (SDG), as well as burgeoning altruism from the millennial generation, leading to increased scrutiny from both consumers and investors on how companies operate.

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