ESG and fixed income: a new direction for ETF investors

ESG and ETFs – the global rotation

Fixed income has long lagged equities in the environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing space, but we are at a turning point in ESG investing in corporate bonds, for both active and passive management. Rising demand for ESG debt is leading to the development of a rapidly expanding range of fixed income solutions. As increasingly socially conscious investors re-evaluate their asset allocations, fixed income exchange-traded funds (ETFs) present an opportunity for the reshaping of portfolios.

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