JPMAM believes that ESG considerations can play a critical role in a long-term investment strategy.
We understand that putting our clients’ interests first means recognizing and managing the investment risks and opportunities associated with Environmental, Social, and Governance factors. Through our engagement and partnership with clients and various organizations, we continually refine our knowledge and views on key ESG issues and best practices.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management has been a signatory to the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment initiative since 2007 and are committed to incorporating ESG factors into our investment practices, where material and relevant.
ESG in Corporate Bonds
Does an ESG tilt improve corporate bond portfolio outcomes?
Sustainable Investing Statement
An overview of our ESG commitment and capabilities
Investment Perspectives on Climate Change
Explore insights, risks, considerations and opportunities
ESG in Emerging Markets
Our approach to ESG in Emerging Markets
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors are non-financial considerations that are important for stakeholders to keep in mind when assessing a company’s performance.
Issues relating to the quality and functioning of the natural environment and natural systems, e.g., carbon emissions, environmental regulations, water stress and waste
Issues relating to the rights, well-being and interests of people and communities, e.g., labor management, health & safety and product safety
Issues relating to the management and oversight of companies and other investee entities, e.g., board, ownership and pay
Source: Definitions, PRI; Examples, MSCI.
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