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UN ethical investment body awards A+ rating to Dublin-based KBI for third year

This is the third year that KBIGI has been awarded the highest rating by the UN’s Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) for its activities across investment, strategy and active ownership

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
28th July, 2019

Dublin-headquartered asset manager KBI Global Investors (KBIGI) has been awarded an A+ rating for responsible investment by a United Nations body.

This is the third year that KBIGI has been awarded the highest rating by the UN’s Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) for its activities across investment, strategy and active ownership. The PRI assesses investors’ performance according to environmental, social and good governance (ESG) criteria with the aim of building an economically efficient, sustainable global...

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