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Credit investing for impact and stable income
SDG Credit Income

Credit investing for impact and stable income

The SDGs represent an extraordinary call to action that aligns wealth with well-being on a global scale. Credit investors can become part of this important vision and make an impact while also earning a stable return. See our new brochure "Six things you need to know about SDG investing" to find out more.


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  • 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.

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  • Six things about SDG investing

    The SDGs are about more than just sustainability. They represent a huge business opportunity as well as a means of directing capital to infrastructure projects and enterprises whose products and services can advance the goals. Discover six reasons why it makes investment sense to back the SDGs in our new brochure.
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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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Download "Six things you need to know about SDG investing"

For investors serious about using their capital to make a difference, the SDGs provide a globally accepted framework to achieve and measure impact.

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Credit Outlook Q3 2022 - The mess after the largesse

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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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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
Robeco’s SDG Framework – from niche to mainstream
Robeco’s SDG Framework – from niche to mainstream
It’s been five years since Robeco launched its SDG Framework, and from one little acorn, a mighty oak has grown.
13-10-2022 | Insight
SI Dilemmas: To share or not to share IP – that is the question
SI Dilemmas: To share or not to share IP – that is the question
In August, Robeco announced that we are sharing our sustainable investing intellectual property, starting with our SDG framework.
29-09-2022 | SI Dilemmas
Finland once again the world’s sustainability champion
Finland once again the world’s sustainability champion
Finland and its Nordic neighbors maintain top sustainability status; Russia plunges.
20-09-2022 | Insight
Measuring sustainability performance: comparing an SDG score with ESG ratings
Measuring sustainability performance: comparing an SDG score with ESG ratings
Investors are seeking more powerful tools to measure how sustainable companies are.
09-09-2022 | Insight
This CIO's summer reading list on sustainability – and why you should read it too
This CIO's summer reading list on sustainability – and why you should read it too
Climate change is urgent, and a more comprehensive approach is needed to tackle it effectively.
09-09-2022 | Interview
Investors can help sustain our planet’s biodiversity
Investors can help sustain our planet’s biodiversity
A twin emergency alongside climate change, it's important to understand how a decline in biodiversity is already impacting the global economy and financial markets.
31-08-2022 | Video
SDGs help investors achieve their sustainable ambitions
SDGs help investors achieve their sustainable ambitions
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals help take investing to the next level.
31-08-2022 | Video
The SDGs at half-time – we need to score (with) more goals
The SDGs at half-time – we need to score (with) more goals
It has been seven and a half years since the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals were launched to great fanfare in 2015.
23-08-2022 | Insight

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