EN United States Financial Advisor

Invested in a Sustainable Tomorrow

We integrate ESG across all of our asset classes—however, the way we apply our analysis is necessarily different due to the nuances of each market.

Sustainability has a place in every aspect of our organization, and we have taken concrete steps to formally integrate ESG into our investment strategies. In addition to giving us a more holistic understanding of complex risks and value drivers, our focus on ESG allows us to seek better value for our clients and drive positive change in our business, communities and world.


We believe integrating ESG into our bottom-up investment process is crucial to delivering attractive risk-adjusted returns and helps us act as better stewards for our clients’ capital.


We focus on an issuer’s ESG outlook, or the direction in which a company or country is evolving, rather than its starting point alone.


We believe engagement, rather than relying solely on exclusion, is an effective means of identifying improvement and progress, uncovering opportunities and mitigating risks.

ESG: Three Challenges High Yield Managers are Tackling Today

From influencing company behavior to seeking better data disclosure, high yield managers are pushing the envelope when it comes to ESG.

Insights - 7 min read

ESG in Equities: Not All Approaches are Created Equal

Dr. Ghadir Cooper, Global Head of Equities, shares insight into the deliberate approach that her team takes when incorporating ESG into their investment process, including how integration, dynamism and active engagement contribute to better outcomes.

Podcast - 36 min listen

ESG: The Intent Beyond the Income

ESG is playing an increasingly meaningful role in fixed income investing. At Barings, we formally integrate ESG across our corporate credit asset classes, from high yield to investment grade credit, emerging markets debt and private credit.

Insights - 12 min read

Finding the Right Sovereign ESG Indicators: A Greek Tragedy?

On our mini odyssey through the vast seas of sovereign ESG indicators, we sought to identify data from reliable third parties—which would provide benchmarking criteria between countries and also serve as an effective screening tool to identify outliers.

Viewpoints - 12 min read


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