The Bottom Line: Assets of sustainable mutual funds and ETFs surpass 10% of fund industry assets for the first time as of June 30, 2020.
The Bottom Line: 25 new firms in the first half of 2020 add sustainable investment products, now up to 182 firms. More expected to follow.
The bottom line: Sustainable investment money market options for institutional investors continue to expand, with US money market funds taking a wide lead by assets.
The Bottom Line: Sustainable junk bond mutual funds and ETFs expand, but the universe is dominated by funds that have adopted an ESG Consideration strategy.
The Bottom Line: Eight of the ten largest large cap growth and blended funds invest in Facebook, boycotted now for failing to police hate speech.
The Bottom Line: The sustainable funds segment is highly concentrated with 20 of 179 firms managing 91.5% of assets. Expansion in number of firms expected.
The Bottom Line: Five new firms introduced first time sustainable mutual funds and ETFs in May that encapsulate ESG integration strategies but their approaches vary.