ESG fixed income investing is not enough

Stephen Fitzgerald  |  Affirmative Investment Management  |  01 October 2020  |  0.50 CE

ESG fixed income investing is not enough - impact investing is far more compelling. The distinction between impact and ESG fixed income investing is important to understand fully. While ESG investing is the inclusion of environmental, social and governance considerations alongside traditional financial analysis, there is no guarantee that ESG funds have a positive environmental or social impact. Impact fixed income, on the other hand, requires investing in bonds that have a measurable, positive environmental and/or social outcome without compromising financ...

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