A budget is a financial plan for a defined period of time and provides a systematic way of reviewing estimated with actual results, coordinating future activities and setting realistic targets.
This course will allow you to understand the difference between ESG or Sustainable Investing and Ethical or Socially Responsible Investing. You will learn about the foundation and current state of the market as well as basic terms and concepts used in the field. Bridging ESG factors and financial performance will bring clarity on interrelationship between these extra-financial issues and risk/return outcomes. The course will also give you an overview of the seven main ESG Investing strategies and provide examples of how ESG factors can be integrated into the financial valuation models.View Course