ESG for emerging market debt: towards best practice - Neuberger Berman

This article highlights key observations about best practice in integrating ESG into emerging markets debt strategies, and particularly corporate bond strategies, based on Neuberger Berman's experience.

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Investors have long been aware of the impact that certain material environmental, social and governance ( ESG ) indicators can have on asset risk and performance. They increasingly expect to see these risks addressed across their entire portfolios - including in emerging markets sovereign and corporate debt - and they are beginning to differentiate between their external asset managers based on the sophistication and effectiveness of their approach to ESG investing.

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