Loomis Sayles believes that ESG issues play an important role in delivering superior, long-term, risk-adjusted returns to clients, and that climate change is one of the most important global issues of our time. As Chairman & CEO Kevin Charleston points out, “Our clients are looking to us and their other asset managers for perspectives on this issue as they address climate change in the context of their own investment policies.”

Loomis Sayles has continually advanced and refined its commitment to ESG, through engagement with the companies and issuers its teams invest in, collaboration with the industry at large, and its use of technology. The 2020 ESG Spotlight: Elevating and Evolving our Approach to Sustainability highlights the firm’s principled approach to ESG investing, with sections devoted to:

  • ESG structure and oversight
  • Authentic ESG integration in practice
  • 2020 focus: climate change
  • Next steps
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