Fixed income managers up the ante on ESG

James Phillips
clock • 3 min read
Fixed income managers up the ante on ESG

Asset managers are increasingly feeling the pressure from institutional investors including pension funds to address ESG issues and provide greater transparency on their efforts to tackle the risks, Russell Investments finds.

The asset manager's 2020 annual ESG survey, published today (6 October), found the focus had been particularly amplified on climate risk, although governance issues continued to dominate, and that both...

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