Brazilian indigenous protection rowback a 'fiduciary risk for investors', says BlueBay
Potential legislation deemed "anti-indigenous" in Brazil is a "fiduciary risk for investors" and a concern for Brazil's economic and sustainable prosperity, BlueBay Asset Management told Environmental Finance.
RBC BlueBay: Investors need green bond 'policing' standard
Investors need to develop an industry-wide standard to provide clear rules to "police" green bonds which stray from market expectations following issuance, according to RBC BlueBay Asset Management.
Sovereigns should use SLBs 'to help reinforce climate commitments'
RBC BlueBay's Jana Harvey argues SLBs could help incentivise action on Paris Agreement. Ahren Lester reports
Chile enhances its SLBs in latest issue, and promises more to come
The return of Chile to the sustainability-linked bond (SLB) market has been praised for the addition of a more diverse target mix - becoming the first sovereign SLB issuer to include a gender target.
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Investor group expects slow fight against deforestation
A representative of a group of investors with $8.5 trillion in assets has said change on deforestation is happening slowly.
BlueBay launches ESG alternative to its multi-asset fund
BlueBay Asset Management has launched a fund that will use its own sustainability research to identify and avoid investments with excessive ESG risks.
BlueBay: Agriculture set for significant shift in climate risk pricing
The agriculture and land use sector is set for some "very significant shifts" in risk pricing related to climate change, BlueBay Asset Management has said.