The Evolution of ESG Investing With Glen Yelton More Than Profit

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On this episode of More Than Profit, Bryce talks with Glen Yelton, Head of ESG Client Strategies at Invesco. With his passion for impact investing and fixed income strategies, Glen has spent years working to create ways to measure impact in a world where that data is typically either lacking or difficult to consolidate. Glen believes that most investors genuinely want to feel good about their investments and put their money in places that have good impacts, but knows that with the difficulties to measure impact which has plagued impact investing in years past, people have pause about betting their retirements on impactful investments. In this conversation, Bryce and Glen discuss SRI, ESG, effective data collection and analyses and ultimately, how to foster an ecosystem that pushes impact investing closer and closer to the mainstream. Learn more on this episode of More Than Profit, The Evolution of ESG Investing with Glen Yelton. Learn more about our work at Access Ventures.

On this episode of More Than Profit, Bryce talks with Glen Yelton, Head of ESG Client Strategies at Invesco. With his passion for impact investing and fixed income strategies, Glen has spent years working to create ways to measure impact in a world where that data is typically either lacking or difficult to consolidate. Glen believes that most investors genuinely want to feel good about their investments and put their money in places that have good impacts, but knows that with the difficulties to measure impact which has plagued impact investing in years past, people have pause about betting their retirements on impactful investments. In this conversation, Bryce and Glen discuss SRI, ESG, effective data collection and analyses and ultimately, how to foster an ecosystem that pushes impact investing closer and closer to the mainstream. Learn more on this episode of More Than Profit, The Evolution of ESG Investing with Glen Yelton. Learn more about our work at Access Ventures.