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  1. Yeah, I see why it could be called noble, rather than ethical… “Ethical investing, or ESG, has been a buzzword on the edges of the investment industry for decades… Do we all need to be wary of greenwashing and cynical grabs for assets? In this video, Laura Suter explains all.” Maybe it’s not as sexy as it sounds. (?)

  2. Mike

    Having an investment version of the philanthropy awards would be a good thing, and could be presented to the public better, I agree. But I wonder how many people realise they have never even heard of the biggest giver on the list you linked to:

    Jamsetji Tata $102.4 billion Education, healthcare
    Bill Gates $75.8 billion Healthcare, extreme poverty, education, access to information technology
    Warren Buffett $32.1 billion Healthcare, education, AIDS-prevention, sanitation
    George Soros $32 billion Healthcare, anti-fascist publications, human rights, economic, legal, and social reform

  3. These philanthropist investor winners are just presented as lists, it should be a top-10 countdown every week like the music charts was on tv. Make them heroes, not just names and invite them to private events. How is the world to know if Bill Gates or Jeff Bezos do the most for the world with money they have made from it? Respect to the winners, whoever they are though.