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SDG Credit Income Fund

Maximizing income through active management of a global opportunity set

  • Flexibility to invest in all fixed income segments, globally
  • Invests in companies that contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Aims to maximize current yield and income to target a consistent level of income
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Robeco SDG Credit Income

Robeco SDG Credit Income

This actively managed fund has the flexibility to invest in all fixed income segments and utilizes a broad range of fixed income securities. The aim is to maximize current yield and income, and to meet the needs of investors who are targeting a consistent level of income. The fund selects issuers that contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

How to invest in SDGs

It is estimated that the SDGs could unlock up to USD 12 trillion in market opportunities. But can investors really achieve healthy returns while contributing to this bold set of objectives? We believe they can. In this animated video, we describe the three-step process we use for some of our equity and credits funds to select companies that contribute positively to the SDGs.

Guide to invesing in SDG credits

Guide to invesing in SDG credits

The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have captured the imagination as a great way of impact investing. But many investors remain unsure of how to go about it, or what tools can be used to measure the actual impact of it. Our Introductory Guide to SDG Credits can help.
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Linking economic activities with the SDGs

Linking economic activities with the SDGs

A new research paper has mapped the impact that economic activity has on achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
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North-south divide emerges in Country Sustainability Ranking
North-south divide emerges in Country Sustainability Ranking
A clear gap between northern and southern European countries has emerged in the biannual Robeco Country Sustainability Ranking.
20-01-2021 | Yearly outlook
Climate risk and portfolio decarbonization have become center stage
Climate risk and portfolio decarbonization have become center stage
Insurance companies are directly exposed to climate risk, and face increasingly tighter scrutiny from regulators regarding its impact on their balance sheets.
14-01-2021 | Interview
Letter from the CIO: Stay contrarian
Letter from the CIO: Stay contrarian
Keep questioning the consensus in 2021, says Victor Verberk, Robeco’s CIO Fixed Income and Sustainability.
07-01-2021 | Insight
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