What’s the key to mitigating risk and unlocking opportunity in emerging-market debt? Environmental, social and governance factors.
Municipal bonds are well suited to impact investing. We shine a light on three issuers focused on improving outcomes for students.
Synthetic biology is not science fiction. Investors should get acquainted with a technology that will create sustainable solutions in many industries.
The Department of Labor’s new proposed rule clarifies how DC plan fiduciaries can consider ESG in investment selection. In our view, it represents meaningful progress.
How should investors evaluate companies when unusual market conditions distort returns?
Our Fixed Income Co-Heads survey the market landscape for 2022—and provide strategies for making the most of it.
COP26 points the needle toward climate action, but investors must help keep the ship on course.
Physical and transition risks from climate change will have wide-ranging impacts on firms ranging from animal-protein producers to coal companies.
Look to municipal impact investing for opportunities to fund positive change—close to home.
Our recent conversations with climate experts, asset owners and other stakeholders on net zero surfaced issues central to developing solutions, including sharpening investors’ skills, strengthening engagement, and striving for better and more accessible data.
COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland generated a lot of big-picture headlines but also meaningful underlying themes including the sustainability skills gap, blended financing initiatives and the need for broader engagement to facilitate net zero.
Investors can help tackle modern slavery through a tailored research approach and direct engagement with companies. The goal is to understand how firms manage modern slavery risk in their businesses and encourage them to take concrete steps to reduce it.
We debunk the environmental, social and governance myths standing between investors and EM corporate-bond investing.