Eurosif study 2018: Retail investor interest in SRI on the rise

In its eighth study, Eurosif has revealed a map of Europe where sustainable investment is still on the rise. Impact investing, too, is taking a leap forward -- while tobacco has become the most excluded product in European portfolios.

An increasing number of funds - also from retail investors - are being put into SRI strategies, says latest study from Eurosif. | Photo: /ritzau scanpix/Søren Bidstrup

In Brussels today, Eurosif -- the European association for promoting sustainable and responsible investment -- launched its eighth biannual study on sustainable investments across the continent.

The last two years show clear signs that SRI has become integral to European fund management with managers articulating their investment strategies better.

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