Even advisors who admire the socially responsible investment movement are divided about how to define the terms of such strategies, widely referred to as environmental social and governance.

“There is a bit of a divide between hardcore socially responsible investors and those trying to strip down to the value proposition,” says Peter Coffin, who is president of Breckinridge Capital Advisor, based in Boston, which has $22 billion assets under management, largely invested in bonds.

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