Fund managers shouldn’t try to save the world at pensioners’ expense

“A few years ago, CEOs came up with a saying to distract people from how much money they make: “Companies that do well need to do good!”

In addition to some precise English-language usage, the sentiment is very sound: If you make a lot of money, you should help others. This charitable attend is nothing new, it’s sort of a modern-day noblesse obligeand it’s a principle that investors can tap into by sending their money to companies they feel are socially responsible.”

Read more at The Hill.

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