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Global Equity ESG: H1 2020 Report

Combining attractive fundamentals and good or improving environmental, social and governance (ESG) characteristics, the Federated Hermes Global Equity ESG Fund targets innovative companies that anticipate tomorrow’s challenges today.

ESG momentum: unlocking hidden value over the long-term

As the world continues its fight against the coronavirus pandemic, we continue to focus on the long-term merits of a diverse range of companies with durable business models that look attractive from multiple perspectives and have good or improving ESG characteristics. Our H1 2020 report explains our investment philosophy, examines our engagement highlights and ESG outcomes, and provides case studies illustrating how we integrate ESG and engagement into our investment process. 

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SDG Engagement Equity commentary: Eagle Materials
Eagle Materials, as the largest domestic-only producer of cement, aggregates, and wallboard in North America, could support more sustainable cement manufacturing.
SDG Engagement Equity commentary: National Instruments
National Instruments, a technology company supporting evolving test and measurement needs, is well placed to bolster gender parity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) industries.
Federated Hermes Sustainable Global Equity Fund awarded Towards Sustainability label
Federated Hermes Sustainable Global Equity Fund awarded Towards Sustainability label.
Inflation: what if they are wrong?
As our portfolio managers share their views on inflation, we ask if it's time for investors to think the unthinkable
How investing in biotech can help achieve the SDGs
From pioneering therapies to renewable food sources, biotechnology has the potential to address many of humanity’s greatest challenges, as aligned to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Re-entanglement: why debt and reality must reconnect
The long-term relationship between credit quality and the global unemployment rate appears to have broken down of late. But why? Fiorino once again probes the debt universe in search of deeper meaning...