Are ESG investments more insulated from the risks of a presidential transition?
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Sustainability topics in a nutshell with Ethic co-founder Jay Lipman
Are ESG investments more insulated from the risks of a presidential transition?
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In this video, we’re continuing the conversation around the implications of a new administration for sustainable investors. Taking a closer look at the environmental and social side, we consider how certain industries may have benefitted from 4 years of deregulation and a lax regulatory environment. From coal-fired power plants to predatory lenders, these players will once again face changing regulations with the incoming Biden Administration, potentially strengthening the case for sustainable investing even further. So, by investing in sustainable companies and industries, are ESG investors better insulated from the risks of changing regulations?

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Jay Lipman, a co-founder of Ethic, is driven by the need to address climate and environmental risks with the resources to which we each have unique access. He has been ranked among the Forbes 30 Under 30: Social Entrepreneurs.