As coronavirus lockdown measures continue to be lifted cautiously around the world, we provide our view on US homebuilders in our credit team’s latest Industry Insights video.
In this instalment of Industry Insights, Anna Chong, Senior Credit Analyst, examines three important points about the US homebuilding sector. Is it on strong footing? To find out, watch this short video.
Deputy Head of Corporate Credit Research, Federated Hermes Limited
Anna joined in 2017 as a credit analyst covering basic materials and, in June 2021, became Deputy Head of Corporate Credit Research. Prior to joining the firm, she worked at JPMorgan for over four years as part of the credit risk department, where she was responsible for covering the telecoms, media & technology (TMT) industries, and had previously covered the natural resources sector and Nordic financial institutions. Anna holds a BSc (Hons) in Mathematics with Statistics from the University of Bristol and holds the Certificate in ESG Investing from the CFA UK.
Climate Change High Yield Credit strategy, interim report 2022
In this inaugural report, we delve into what makes the Federated Hermes Climate Change High Yield Credit strategy unique. As well as introducing our process and team, the report provides an overview of our proprietary Climate Change Impact (CCI) score, complete with portfolio examples to illustrate the scoring system in practice.
At Federated Hermes we believe the investment industry can be a powerful force for good, building a fairer, more equitable world for all – and that active ownership and engagement is the best way to achieve this. In this, our second annual Stewardship Report, we provide an update on our efforts towards effective and outcomes-driven stewardship.
The soil carbon sponge: A sequestration trump card
In a briefing to investors, Walter Jehne, co-founder of NGO Regenerate Earth, argued that a focus on cutting emissions misses the point when it comes to understanding what a healthy biosphere could do to sequester carbon.