Should banks and financial institutions be obligated to engage in socially-responsible investing?
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Argument One: Yes, engaging in socially responsible investing leads to a happier and more fulfilled workforce compared to banks which do not engage in socially-responsible investing.CorrectIncorrect
Argument Two: No, banks are for-profit institutions and have no obligation to social issues.CorrectIncorrect
Argument Three: No, focusing on social responsibility detracts from the aim of making money, which is the most important endeavour for banks, and leads to a decrease in revenue and profit.CorrectIncorrect
Argument Four: No, over-regulation in the financial sector leads to decreased opportunities and therefore lower profits.CorrectIncorrect