Why aren't more bondholders flexing their muscles, Sparinvest asks

Most fixed income investors talk about engagement, but few actually influence their companies, Sparinvest reports in a new article. The fixed income team’s direct engagements all aim to reduce downside risks and curate its reputation as a constructive investor.

Sparinvest's Antonia Draghici and Thomas Bjørn Jensen argue that direct and constructive engagement with companies tend to yield the best results. | Photo: PR

Monday, Sparinvest is publishing a whitepaper entitled "Fixed Income Engagement– where's the impact?" 

AMWatch has visited the author duo consisting of senior portfolio manager Thomas Bjørn Jensen and analyst Antonia Draghici to learn about the paper.

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