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Citi Wealth Insights

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ESG Investing

Getting to Zero: What Does It Mean for Investors?

By Citi Global Wealth Investments |
In our view, it is already clear that companies that identify and implement innovative solutions to achieve net zero will be favored by investors. We also believe those that do not will be left behind.
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ESG Investing

Sustainable Investors Show Their Power in Recent Proxy Votes

By Citi Global Wealth Investments |
As shareholders become increasingly engaged in environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, they are using proxy votes to hold companies to account.
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ESG Investing

Two key components to evaluating sustainable companies

By Citi Global Wealth Investments |
We are keenly aware that the sustainable investing space is complicated and nuanced. And to this end we review investment opportunities through multiple lenses to gauge if they have earned the sustainable investment dollars of our clients.
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ESG Investing

Introduction to Sustainable Investing

By Citi Global Wealth Investments |
Invest sustainably to build a portfolio that reflects your worldview.
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ESG Investing

ESG: Greening the Portfolio

By Serla Rusli |
Traditional energy use and investments suffered in 2020 while alternative energy advanced. Despite a recent reversal, Citi expects further progress for alternatives and energy efficiency.
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ESG Investing

Bridging the Gap between Green Investment and Investors

By Jessica Tan |
Citi analysts believe the world has reached the “green tipping point” where global climate policy activity is accelerating alongside renewed green commitments from businesses, investors, and consumers. However, there remains a substantial gap between the US$3-$5 trillion level of annual green investment likely needed to meet the 1.5°C limit on global warming by 2050 and the nearly US$600 billion of total climate finance invested in 2017/2018.
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