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Tackling climate change and green financing within global fixed income markets

Tackling climate change and green financing within global fixed income markets

17-03-2022 | Webinar

The drive for net zero emissions continues to be a huge focus for investors. Many funds have now emerged that align their credit investments with the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 20C. In addition, green bond strategies target the issuers of securities dedicated to funding environmental projects that can tackle global warming.

  • Michiel de Bruin
    Michiel
    de Bruin
    Portfolio Manager Global Macro Fixed Income

In this webinar, Regina Borromeo and Michiel de Bruin, Portfolio Managers in the Global Macro team, explain the thinking behind two distinct Robeco strategies. The Climate Fixed Income and Green Bonds strategies have just celebrated their first anniversaries, with impressive results. Both are helping to fund the climate finance gap while also offering attractive returns.

During this webinar they covered:

  • How the strategies have fared in their first year focusing on climate goals
  • Why Paris-aligned investments are a popular means of reducing carbon footprints
  • How the growing market for green bonds is creating an asset class of its own
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