For several years, the trend has been towards the emergence of an investment that is not only profitable, but also socially responsible. However, considering the difficulty of changing human behaviors, a sensitive question arises: can we truly reconcile profitable and sustainable investment? To address this issue, one enlightening way is to focus on the articulation between the extra-financial duties of companies and investors. How do these regulations meet and do they truly change the behaviors? In fact, there are strong interferences between sustainable governance and sustainable investment, which highlight how far the global normative framework has really evolved.Without claiming exhaustiveness, the question can be approached through three successive points: the convergences between extra-financial duties of companies and extra-financial duties of investors (1.), the limits of these two regulations (2.), and the prospects for the future (3.).