Illustration: ESG, seedlings growing from stacks of coins

While environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) investing became something of a political hot potato in 2023, it's increasingly clear that ESG isn't likely to go away.

Treasury professionals responsible for their organization's institutional cash investment portfolios need to understand the ins and outs of ESG investing. But with more than 100 ESG data ratings services to choose from and a lack of consensus on performance metrics, developing clear methodologies for assessing ESG characteristics can be a challenge.

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