Morgan Stanley IM expands fixed income range with sustainable double launch

Corporate and Strategic fund

James Baxter-Derrington
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Firms with "poor sustainable business practices" will be excluded from the funds
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Firms with "poor sustainable business practices" will be excluded from the funds

Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM) has launched two sustainable fixed income funds in response to growing investor demand for sustainable investing.

The MS INVF Sustainable European Corporate fund and the MS INVF Sustainable European Strategic fund will be managed by the global fixed income team, which will take an "active approach to sustainable investing"...

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