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Social investing amid runaway inflation

  • 27 October 2022 (5 min read)

Post-pandemic, against a backdrop of rising inflation, the ‘S’ of environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing is attracting ever-greater levels of scrutiny.

Investors want to know how their money can be directed towards positive social outcomes; and there are opportunities for investors to potentially help address social inequalities via dedicated impact investment strategies.

AXA Investment Managers experts examine how governments are tackling the rising cost of living and look at how integrating social factors can potentially build more sustainable long-term investment portfolios.

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