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Core Impact Bond

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At-a-glance
Provides access to
U.S. fixed income
Investable universe
A broad range of investment-grade fixed income securities denominated in USD.             
Benchmark
Bloomberg U.S. Aggregate Index
Impact themes
  • Affordable housing
  • Community and economic development
  • Renewable energy and climate change
  • Natural resources

Overview

An actively managed, core bond strategy that invests across the investment grade, U.S. dollar fixed income market in securities that demonstrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) leadership and/or direct and measurable environmental and social impact.

Strategy highlights

Our track record demonstrates that investors can direct capital to specific, measurable social and environmental outcomes.
Stephen M. Liberatore, CFA, Head of ESG/Impact  -- Global Fixed Income

Our investment approach

Core bond allocation

Actively managed, high-quality bond portfolio pursues excess returns and improved risk-adjusted results versus a traditional broad-market benchmark

Environmental and social impact

Prioritizes bonds that make direct and measurable impact across multiple sustainable and socioeconomic themes without compromising return potential

ESG leadership

ESG quality is assessed within each sector and industry, enabling the identification of best-in-class leaders across key bond market segments required to build a diversified portfolio and manage risk

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201 Bishopsgate, London, United Kingdom

Responsible investing incorporates Environmental Social Governance (ESG) factors that may affect exposure to issuers, sectors, industries, limiting the type and number of investment opportunities available, which could result in excluding investments that perform well.

ESG integration is the consideration of financially material ESG factors in support of portfolio management for actively managed strategies. Financial materiality of ESG factors varies by asset class and investment strategy. Applicability of ESG factors may differ across investment strategies. ESG factors are among many factors considered in evaluating an investment decision, and unless otherwise stated in the relevant offering memorandum or prospectus, do not alter the investment guidelines, strategy or objectives.

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