Credit and equity managers lack meaningful engagement on ESG issues

Key failings despite general progress

James Baxter-Derrington
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Almost 10% of managers exercised no voting rights at all
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Almost 10% of managers exercised no voting rights at all

Credit and equity managers are not undertaking meaningful engagement on ESG concerns despite a wider theme of progress across the industry.

According to research from Redington, credit managers perform no engagement across 75% of their overall portfolios, while only 15% of engagement from equity managers can be considered "deep engagements"....

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