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Bondholders can flex their muscles to boost investee companies' ESG credentials

While equities are often considered the best weapon to wield in ESG-related engagement, pension schemes also have huge power through their bond allocations, says Mitch Reznick

Over the past year or so, we have seen regulatory changes requiring UK trustees to demonstrate how they take account of financially material considerations, including ESG factors, how these are integrated...

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