Net Zero or SDGs? Comparing sustainability approaches for active credit

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Toby Orpin, LGIM (Moderator) | Madeleine King, LGIM | Matthew Rees, LGIM | Marc Rovers, LGIM

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For professional clients only. Not to be distributed to retail clients. Capital at risk Join LGIM’s expert panel as they explore the both the overlaps and gaps between net zero investment strategies and those aligned with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). How can investors integrate these similar but distinct priorities into their active credit portfolios – and how does doing so differ from traditional investment approaches? In this in-depth session, senior credit specialists from LGIM will explore whether credit is more suited to one or the other, if they can both be smoothly incorporated into portfolios at the same time, and where in today’s market they are seeing potential opportunities to capture ESG premiums. Moderated by: – Toby Orpin, Head of Fixed Income Distribution, LGIM Speakers: – Madeleine King, Head of Research and Engagement, LGIM – Matthew Rees, Head of Global Bond Strategies, LGIM – Marc Rovers, Head of Euro Credit, LGIM Key risk: The value of an investment and any income taken from it is not guaranteed and can go down as well as up, you may not get back the amount you originally invested. Legal & General Investment Management Limited (Company Number: 02091894) is registered in England and Wales and has its registered office at One Coleman Street, London, EC2R 5AA. Details about the full extent of our relevant authorisations and permissions are available from us upon request. For further information on our products (including the product prospectuses), please visit our website. © Legal& General Group plc 2022 Terms and Conditions - https://www.lgim.com/uk/en/terms-and-conditions/ Privacy Policy - https://www.legalandgeneral.com/institutional/privacy-policy

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