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As active managers, we conduct research across factors that could materially impact the long-term value of a company or debt security. We believe identifying and monitoring financially material ESG considerations helps us assess the full picture of risks and opportunities of a particular investment.
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Over our more than 90-year history, we have continuously enhanced our approach as markets globalized and deepened. We devote all our energy to helping our clients achieve their long-term investment goals.
The ESG considerations assessed as part of the research and investment process may vary across investment strategies, eligible investments and issuers, and not every ESG factor may be identified or evaluated for every investment. There is no guarantee that the evaluation of ESG characteristics will be additive to a fund or account’s performance. ESG is not a uniformly defined characteristic and information used to evaluate ESG characteristics may not be readily available, complete, or accurate, and may vary across providers and issuers. Because of the subjective nature of ESG integration, there can be no guarantee that ESG factors considered will reflect the beliefs or values of any particular client.
1 The PRI principles (formerly United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI) principles) related to sustainable and responsible investing represent general principles, which signatories integrate into their investment processes in different manners. Dodge & Cox integrates ESG considerations into our investment decision-making as described in our ESG policy statement and relevant offering materials, and may not fully implement certain PRI principles.