by Scott Kitson | Dec 01, 2016
According to the latest report from the US SIF Foundation,
sustainable, responsible, and impact (SRI) investing assets have
expanded to $8.72 trillion in the US, up 33% since 2014. This equates to
one in five dollars invested under professional management. The full
reports explains this growth, in addition to exploring the top issues
concerning money managers and their clients.
The Trends Report, now in its 11th year of publication, is a
snapshot of US-domiciled assets engaged in sustainable, responsible,
and impact (SRI) strategies at year-end 2015. The report measures two
SRI strategies: (1) ESG incorporation, and (2) Filing shareholder
resolutions on ESG issues.
The report shows a 33% growth over the past two years, and a 14-fold increase since 1995.
To read more highlights or download the full report, visit US SIF.
US SIF: The Forum for Sustainable Responsible Investment
is the leading voice advancing sustainable, responsible and impact
investing across all asset classes. Its mission is to rapidly shift
investment practices toward sustainability, focusing on long-term
investment and the generation of positive social and environmental
The US SIF Foundation undertakes educational, research, and programmatic activities to advance the mission of US SIF.