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We can all get along

In this two-part paper, we assert that the shared interests of bond and shareholders in companies provide incentives to jointly engage companies – and generate positive outcomes by doing so. In this first instalment, we dispel the fallacy that the imperatives of bond and shareholders typically diverge, and argue that their common standing as financial stakeholders gives them the legitimacy to engage corporate boards and management teams to encourage sustainable growth and long-term value creation.

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