The PRI discusses with representatives from CRAs (Moody’s Investors Service and S&P Global Ratings), investors (Barings and PIMCO) and a bond issuer (NRG) the challenges of ESG in credit risk during a panel session at the San Francisco conference on Responsible Investment in Fixed Income this January.
Portfolio managers and analysts are increasingly incorporating environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors in their investment analyses and processes.
By Justin Sloggett, Head of ESG Investment Research, the PRI and Matt Orsagh, Director of Capital Markets Policy, CFA Institute
Portfolio managers and analysts are increasingly incorporating ESG factors in their investment analyses and processes. However, ESG integration remains in its relative infancy, with investors and analysts calling for more guidance on exactly “how” they can “do ESG” and integrate ESG data into their analysis
Despite its size and importance, the sovereign debt market has been the subject of less systematic environmental, social and governance (ESG) consideration than other investment asset classes. However, appetite for ESG integration is growing among investors, with a rising number appreciating that ESG factors can and do affect sovereign debt ...
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