Sustainable ratings don’t reward genuine sustainability commitments as they’re backwards looking, says ESG expert
‘The value for bond investors has just not been there’
Income generation has been lacklustre across bonds, Liontrust believes. How should investors respond?
Can bond fund managers have influence over ESG?
Once companies have raised capital they may not be engaged with bond holders for many years
How can asset managers really make a positive impact?
Active engagement is at the heart of creating a positive change for the world, NNIP argues
Can liquid equity investments make an impact?
Not everyone can accept long lockup periods in private markets but it is possible to find impact through liquids
Engagement at the heart of serious impact investing
A clear engagement process is vital for fund managers committed to ESG, according to Bank für Kirche und Caritas
Taking advantage of fear and uncertainty in equity markets
Growth companies on right side of dramatic change which is often driven by tech innovation
Which countries have the most pessimistic fund selectors?
We look at outlook of European fund selectors. Which countries have the bleakest outlook and which assets are they shunning?
Lazard: the appeal of convertible bonds
Convertibles will be one of the best performing asset classes this year, argues Arnaud Brillois, managing director and portfolio manager at Lazard Asset Management.
Goldman Sachs AM’s Orr talks income in an adverse environment
Global diversification outside of traditional assets is the key to generating income in an environment of historically low interest rates, increased market volatility and relatively expensive equity markets, according to Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s Jonathon Orr.