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Credit Pulse: market update – 15 October 2021

In our latest Credit Pulse, we look at how sustainability is managed within our fixed income offering.

In this month’s Credit Pulse webcast, Mitch Reznick, Head of Research and Sustainable Fixed Income, looks at how sustainability is managed within our fixed income offering. In this webcast the team discusses how we integrate ESG within our portfolios, the work of our dedicated fixed-income engagers and the use of our proprietary research tools. We delve into the different applications of sustainability across our fixed-income range and how we tailor these to our clients’ needs.

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