Concerns over peer risk and short-term underperformance versus long term performance need not constrain superannuation funds from implementing responsible investing ideas or strategies, according to research from Parametric Portfolio Associates.
Parametric Portfolio Associates, a global asset management firm that focuses on engineered portfolio solutions and implementation services, recently presented a research paper aimed at “debunking the myths that may lead funds to abandon or dilute their responsible-investing ideals because of peer-risk concerns.” Parametric’s global director of responsible investing, Jennifer Sireklove, was recently in Australia, and spoke of the aims of the paper and the ways in which Parametric implements responsible investment strategies for clients.
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