Performance is often cited as part of the win-win with environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing. In short: you can do good, and enjoy good returns in the process.
This week on Morningstar.co.uk, we're devoting our coverage to the "G". So do companies with good governance return more? What are the long-term implications? And how do you even measure governance in the first place?
To better understand the relationship between governance risk and performance, we have turned to our data. Morningstar Sustainalytics measures a number of ESG risks, tracking over 13,000 of the biggest businesses in the world – including their governance. What are these companies returning?
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