What is the difference between Responsible Investing and General Investing?

The Responsible Investing Portfolio and the General Investing Portfolio are globally diversified and optimised for long-term returns. Both portfolios have been designed to be suitable for building your core wealth or for long-term financial goals such as saving for retirement.

Compared to the General Investing Portfolio, Responsible Investing is considered more socially or ethically responsible, with a focus on ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) principles. It filters for companies that promote better diversity, governance, sustainability, and community.

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