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Dealing with income bias in sovereign debt ESG scores

New research by FTSE Russell finds that low income countries score lower on ESG for sovereign debt, but this improves when ‘income bias’ is removed. How should managers deal with this bias, and ensure capital is going to the right countries?

Although the use of sustainability metrics in ...

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