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Six things you need to know about SDG investing

Six things you need to know about SDG investing

16-05-2022 | Insight
Contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has become one of the biggest investment opportunities of our time. But how much do you know about the 17 goals? And are you aware of just how many channels there are to invest in them?
  • Jan Anton van Zanten
    Jan Anton
    van Zanten
    SDG Strategist

We’ve collated everything that can take you on this fabulous journey in our new brochure: ‘Six things you need to know about SDG investing’. The brochure outlines what the SDGs are, explains why investors are ramping up investments in the goals, and offers product solutions as vehicles for doing so yourself.

And at its core are the six things themselves, backed by graphics, examples of the investment opportunities for all 17 SDGs, and a clear outline of how we can quantify corporate contributions to the goals in the first place. So, don’t miss out!

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