When you are planning to invest, it is very important to have proper research where you are going to invest. Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) is an investment plan that takes both financial return and social good.
For any company, investment strategies are commonly focused on returns on investment, expecting to capitalize on the profits for the investor and to get better results for the company. The investors always expect the higher returns, irrespective of what the company does. But some companies and investors also focus on the social costs of their investments along with profits.
The SRI could include issues like the environment, consumer protection, human rights, fair trade and diversity. For example, Kudroli World is not only focused on returns but is more dedicated to socially responsible investing which can act for the betterment of society and promoting a good example of work.
SRI investments have increased over 18% since 2005 alone compared with a 3% rise in other asset classes. The companies who prefer to invest in SRI avoid investing in companies that produce or sell addictive substances like alcohol, tobacco and gambling etc.
It is quite important for the companies to invest responsibly and in the right market engaged in social justice, environmental sustainability and alternative energy technology efforts. For any SRI company, it is crucial to consider the investors to stand for sustainable, dependable and impact investing.
The Socially Responsible Investing companies work toward both financial increase and positive impact on society. The working style of these companies as any other style of investing but SRI adds company ethics and social responsibility on the table noticeably.