With the energy transition in Latin America poised to accelerate given it’s solar and wind endowment as well as a broad set of policy incentives, this instalment of investing in the energy transition across emerging markets explores Latin America’s potential amid demand for high-yielding, environmentally-beneficial assets.
WHEN NATURE AND POLICY UNITE: THE OPPORTUNITIES IN LATAM RENEWABLES
By Omari Douglas-Hall — Nov 30, 2021
By Giancarlo Perasso — Oct 21, 2021
EVERYTHING OLD IS BLUE AGAIN
FILTERING ASIAN GREEN BONDS THROUGH OUR FRAMEWORK
By Yanru Chen — Aug 17, 2021
Less-than-green issuance has become prominent in Asia as the size of the green bond market has grown and issuers’ ESG initiatives have continued to evolve.
INVESTING IN ENERGY TRANSITION ACROSS EM
By Umar Manzoor, CFA — Oct 14, 2021
In this first installment on investing in renewables within emerging markets, we address challenges and investment opportunities across India and Southeast Asia.
THREE FLAWED ASSUMPTIONS IN CLIMATE RISK MODELS
Passive models to measure climate risks in fixed income portfolios appear sophisticated, but they suffer from at least three major flawed assumptions.
By John Ploeg, CFA — Nov 18, 2021
While debt-for-nature swap transactions will likely be most effective in countries with smaller debt loads, there is scope for many countries to consider these programs as they confront the looming risks.