Credit Suisse Sustainability Chief on ESG Investing

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Mar.23 — Marisa Drew, chief sustainability officer and global head of the sustainability strategy, advisory and finance group at Credit Suisse Group AG, discusses the growing interest in environment, social and governance investing, and the opportunities she sees. She speaks on the sidelines of the bank’s Asian Investment Conference with Sophie Kamaruddin on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

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