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2018 ESG survey: How are managers integrating ESG?

Integrating ESG

We asked hundreds of equity and fixed income managers how they are integrating ESG factors within their investment process. Today, we share our findings.   ESG manager survey: The what and the why   Integrating ESG The importance of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors within investing has increased exponentially over the last few years.

September 5, 2018 Categories: Our voice, Responsible investing

ESG survey: Spotlight on integration by fixed income managers

How are today’s fixed income managers integrating ESG factors into their investment practices? Learn what our latest ESG survey reveals. About the survey   Over the last few years, Russell Investments’ manager research team has conducted an annual ESG survey of global fixed income managers. From this survey, we’ve observed a rapid growth in the

Integration of ESG in a disruptive world

Responsible investing: Will ESG factors disrupt the way you invest?   Our recent quarterly update focused on disruptions — how the current environment can be disrupted by new approaches and technologies. Often disruptors sit in plain sight. The trends and efforts they represent can emerge over time, but ESG factors can also suddenly impact both

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