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SDG Engagement High Yield Credit: 2021 Annual Report

Our 2021 Annual Report outlines how the SDG Engagement High Yield Credit strategy delivered on its colinear objectives: strong financial performance for investors, and future, positive social and environmental impact contributing to achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

Our strategy demonstrates considerable progress on our objectives for change

We review the strategy’s investment performance over the course of 2021 and demonstrate the progress made on our objectives for change during the year in which we accelerated the pace of our engagement with every company we invest in.

The report also highlights the pivotal role the telecommunications industry plays in helping the world to achieve those SDGs that are focused on broadening access to internet, digital and mobile services.

To find out more, read the full 2021 Annual Report.

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