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Nuveen fund

Emerging Markets Impact Bond

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A hard-currency emerging markets debt strategy that invests in issuers that demonstrate environmental, social and governance leadership and are best positioned to address social and/or climate challenges, or securities that meet Nuveen’s proprietary fixed income direct and measurable impact framework.

Strategy highlights

  • Managing downside risk and efficiently allocating active risk helps deliver consistent, incremental alpha over cycles
  • Empowers investors to allocate capital toward ESG leaders and positive, direct and measurable outcomes within emerging markets


Provides access to

Emerging markets fixed income

Investable universe
  • Sovereign
  • Quasi sovereign
  • Corporate
  • Impact maximisation
  • Hard currency focus

JP Morgan Emerging Markets Bond Index Global Diversified

Impact themes
  • Affordable housing
  • Community and economic development
  • Renewable energy and climate change
  • Natural resources

Related articles
Investing responsibly doesn’t come at the expense of alpha
How we're committed to directing capital towards positive environmental projects that support companies’ transition towards net zero initiatives.
Sustainability-linked bonds do not fit our impact framework
Ways we're enabled to support anticipated outcomes that benefit local communities, broader constituencies in need, our climate and natural resources.
Stephen M. Liberatore, CFA, head of ESG/Impact, global fixed income, explores how Nuveen seeks to generate competitive returns while funding projects that yield positive social and environmental outcomes.
Contact us
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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.

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