The evolution and implementation of ESG across asset classes has not been homogenous, and it resonates more so with corporate debt and equities when compared with specialised asset classes, such as asset-backed security (
ABS). What has been observed in the marketplace is a development of good outputs for corporates and equities, but with less of a focus on ABS, investors have been left to devise their own strategies. This instalment considers how ESG in ABS differs to other asset classes and asks: what does good look like?
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