Shalin Shah, Senior Fund Manager at Royal London Asset Management (RLAM), explains RLAM's long-established approach to sustainable credit and how our 10-year-plus head start in sustainable credit has given us time to develop a differentiated investment process based not just on data-driven models. We've learned to be flexible and understand the differences between equity and debt when considering sustainable criteria: what works for one often isn't relevant or important for the other.
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