I do not think that the interest in exclusionary screens has been completed, and in fact many mission-driven and faith-based investors consider this approach critical. Comprehensive ESG evaluations such as the ones we utilize in our Social Choice funds, should incorporate the impacts companies’ products and services have on stakeholders including customers, the planet and society at large. The ESG performance of companies with substantial involvement in the production and sale of alcohol, tobacco, military and civilian weapons, and gambling products and services are negatively affected due to the social and environmental consequences of this exposure, and are unlikely to satisfy the conditions for eligibility in these funds.