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FIN 667 - Environmental, Social, Governance Investing

  • 2 credits
Environmental, social and governance factors present risk and opportunity for portfolio managers and should be considered alongside other risk factors related to firms, industries, sectors, and the broad market in asset allocation decisions. Broad overview of the current trends in ESG Investing and the ESG market, construction and management of ESG portfolios, and shareholder engagement, activism, and stewardship.


BUS 640 (Financial Principles and Practice) or FIN 600 (Financial Management); Must be Graduate (GR) or Professional (PR) level.