It’s possible to pursue both wealth and well-being. Robeco SDG Credit strategies, which now have a three-year track record, are clear examples of this.
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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If you would like to learn more about the SDGs, Robeco offers online courses for financial professionals. The Essentials of the SDGs explains how the goals work in six easy-to-follow chapters, with a test at the end that counts for two hours of Continuous Professional Development.
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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