Responsible Investing

We recognize that environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) issues may create both opportunities and risks for our clients’ portfolios. At PineBridge, we address these factors through our investment process to gain a better understanding of their potential impact on current asset values and future performance. We have been doing this throughout our decades of experience managing equity, fixed income, multi-asset, and alternative investment portfolios.

Learn more about our policy and principles.
ESG: When Should Investors Walk Away?
PineBridge’s Alessia Falsarone Joins SASB Advisory Group
Alessia Falsarone has been selected to join the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board’s Standards Advisory Group, a body working to enhance sustainability-related disclosure.
ESG: When Should Investors Walk Away?
ESG: When Should Investors Walk Away?
A core part of ESG investing is engagement with companies persuading them to be better, but what if they won't listen? Is there a point, as an investor, where you have to walk away and accept defeat?
The Rise of Higher-Tech Capex: Implications Beyond the Bottom Line
Managing Sustainability Risks in Developed Markets Fixed Income
As corporate sustainability reporting becomes standardized, investors will be able to quantify the potential effects of sustainability issues on portfolios. PineBridge has introduced a set of key risk indicators (KRIs) at the industry level to employ ESG issues as both risk diversifiers and alpha enhancers.
The Digital Revolution: FAANG Was Just the First Bite
Pinpointing Environmental, Social, and Governance Red Flags in Emerging Markets
A successful ESG investment approach can only be achieved by having constant analyst boots on the ground, as well as a fully collaborative and seamlessly integrated investment process that picks up on all of the red flags.