Buy-side traders start to cool on ESG-deficient dealers

Managers adopting ESG metrics in counterparty evaluations may exclude dealers that aren’t up to scratch

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With sustainability front-of-mind, asset managers are starting to introduce environmental, social and governance considerations into their choice of trading counterparties. And as managers begin to factor ESG metrics into their counterparty reviews, some are going so far as to limit their interactions with dealers that don’t stand up to scrutiny.

Royal London Asset Management has been integrating ESG into its counterparty assessments for over a year. It began the exercise as an extension of its

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