How to measure a company for ESG factors: Alliance Bernstein’s Grant

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    Valerie Grant, Alliance Bernstein senior vice president and senior portfolio manager of responsible investing, and John Oxtoby, Ariel Investments director of ESG investing, join ‘Power Lunch’ to breakdown their ESG strategy, the indicators they use and benchmarks they compare companies too. To see more of the interview with Grant and Oxtoby sign up for a free trial to CNBC Pro:

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