Sustainable Investing

Sustainable Investing ESG Final
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Our Macro Approach to ESG Integration
As a global macro investor, our goal is to build a deep understanding of how economies and markets work, and to convert that understanding into high-quality solutions for our clients’ most important priorities. Because environmental, social, and governance considerations affect how economies are evolving and how markets are priced, we seek a deep understanding of the ESG issues that are pertinent to our investment approach.

Below is a selection of research on ESG-related dynamics that are important to our understanding of global economies and markets.
May 29, 2020
Karen Karniol-Tambour, Daniel Hochman, Charlie Woodlief, Carsten Stendevad
As macroeconomic investors, we focus on questions about the impact of climate change on the major economies around the world. There is considerable uncertainty regarding the physical impacts of climate change on economies; as we surveyed expert views on the topic, we found a wide range of plausible outcomes for investors to consider. While the physical impacts of climate change will take years to play out, the economic and market impacts of policy choices or other human responses to climate change are likely to take place much faster.
September 9, 2020
Karen Karniol-Tambour, Melissa Saphier, Yusuf Jailani, Jeremy Fraenkel
Even before the COVID-19 crisis, it was clear that traditional economic measures had increasingly diverged from social outcomes. Despite a decade of economic expansion and falling unemployment, social conditions deteriorated across a variety of measures. COVID-19 has brought these pressures to a head. Looking ahead, social conditions will have rising impacts on markets as policy evolves to more explicitly consider such issues in evaluating its goals. Fiscal policy is likely to take on a greater role in the decade to come, and is inherently distributional. The Fed, too, is increasingly taking into account social disparities.
April 2019
Ray Dalio
Bridgewater Founder and Co-CIO Ray Dalio explores why capitalism is not working for the majority of Americans, diagnoses why it is producing these inadequate results, and offers some suggestions for what can be done to reform it. These problems are creating widening income, wealth, and opportunity gaps which pose existential threats, bringing about damaging domestic and international conflicts and weakening America’s condition.
March 22, 2017
Populism is one of the biggest forces shaping economic conditions, fiscal and monetary policy and international relations. This report examines how the phenomenon typically germinates, grows, and runs its course.
Incorporating Sustainability into Portfolio Construction
Increasingly, institutional investors seek to design portfolios that achieve financial outcomes and have environmental and social impacts. We partner with them on how best to realize both goals within large, liquid, multi-asset portfolios.
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