Hedge funds face dilemma of implementing socially responsible investing

Responsible investing challenge

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Hedge funds find it is possible to implement SRI principles and make money
Is it possible for a hedge fund to adhere to SRI principles?

Paulus Ingram, APG
It is absolutely possible for hedge funds to adhere to socially responsible investing (SRI) principles. Many managers take SRI considerations into account already but without an explicit reference to SRI principles.

SRI principles can be flexible and include governance. Many hedge funds adopt governance best practices, for example those promulgated by the Hedge Fund Standards Board.

Investors, however, are also

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