the best and avoid the worst on ESG issues
In our experience, ESG factors can develop into material risks that undermine the value of an investment.
Our Prime ESG ratings are based on multiple data inputs and aim to highlight key issues for analysis
New ways to invest have emerged, such as ‘use of proceeds’ bonds like green and social bonds, and focusing on companies aligned to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Our impact bond assessment framework aims to help ensure such assets fulfil their promises.
with a negative impact
Providing finance to issuers in some industries could have a negative environmental or social impact.
Our data, credit analysis and governance processes apply specified exclusions and thresholds to ensure
our strategies avoid such sectors.
a higher hurdle for
Climate change is an urgent priority, and so we pay close attention to companies with greater potential for an environmental impact.
We seek to exclude companies with significant exposure to coal and unconventional oil and gas, and companies with worst-in-class carbon intensity.
transparency on ESG metrics
Demonstrating the application of responsible investment principles is a key priority forour clients.
Insight has developed in-depth reporting to offer transparency on various metrics, including TCFD measures, impact indicators and social metrics.