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SDG Credit Income

Build wealth and contribute to the world’s collective well-being

Investors are demanding less talk and more action: they’re wanting measurable impact from their investments. Robeco’s SDG Credits strategies address this need. While targeting attractive financial returns, they also contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals – in a way that is quantifiable.

Product information
  • What are the SDGs?

    The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are 17 objectives for improving human society, ecological sustainability and the quality of life published by the United Nations. They cover a broad spectrum of sustainability topics to promoting responsible consumption and making cities more sustainable.

    Learn more about the SDGs
  • Guide to SDG Credits

    The UN 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 impact of their investments. Our Introductory Guide to SDG Credits can help.
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  • Strategy

    The strategy applies our proprietary screening framework to define an investable universe consisting of issuers that make a positive contribution to the SDGs. The strategy includes a range of solutions that meet a variety of investor objectives.
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Learnings from three years of SDG credit investing

Robeco SDG Credit strategies, which now have a three-year track record, prove it’s possible to pursue both wealth and well-being. In this webinar we discuss the progress made over the past three years in investment and impact. We also look at why the SDGs are good for business, and how Covid-19 has emphasized the relevance and importance of the SDGs.

Webinar duration: 31 mins

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Latest insights

We regularly publish articles, videos and podcasts related to the SDGs.

More insights on SDG

Latest insights

We regularly publish articles, videos and podcasts related to the SDGs.

More insights on SDG
Our introductory guide to investing in SDG credits
Our introductory guide to investing in SDG credits
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have captured the imagination as a great way of impact investing.
21-09-2021 | Insight
Get educated on the SDGs and earn professional development points
Get educated on the SDGs and earn professional development points
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) present a major investment opportunity along with a means of improving life for millions.
13-09-2021 | Insight
What we’ve learned from three years of SDG credit investing
What we’ve learned from three years of SDG credit investing
It’s possible to pursue both wealth and well-being.
28-07-2021 | Insight
How will carmakers survive the shift to electrification?
How will carmakers survive the shift to electrification?
Regulation, changing consumer preferences and new entrants are cranking up the pressure.
09-07-2021 | Insight
Why climate risk considerations are especially relevant for buy-and-maintain portfolios
Why climate risk considerations are especially relevant for buy-and-maintain portfolios
Decarbonizing long-term, stable portfolios calls for a forward-looking approach.
02-07-2021 | Insight
Engaging with countries to promote the SDGs
Engaging with countries to promote the SDGs
A team from Robeco has published a framework that can help investors engage with countries to tackle sustainability challenges.
14-06-2021 | Insight
Show, don't tell – investing in sustainable themes with demonstrated impact
Show, don't tell – investing in sustainable themes with demonstrated impact
The popularity of sustainable investing, especially in public equity markets, has fueled growth in the volume of ESG reporting from companies.
10-06-2021 | Insight
SI Opener: Devaluation of the word impact investing –  three questions
SI Opener: Devaluation of the word impact investing – three questions
With the introduction of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), so began the rise of impact investing in listed equities and credits.
28-05-2021 | SI Opener

Why invest in the SDG Credits strategy?

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Download 'The introductory guide to SDG credits'

Using our proprietary SDG Credits framework, we can construct credit portfolios that are diversified across issuers and sectors, and which make a clear positive contribution to the SDGs – all while also delivering attractive financial returns for our investors.

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