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By Vishal KhandujaDirector of Investment Grade Fixed-Income Portfolio Management and Trading, Calvert Research and Management and Brian Ellis Calvert Fixed Income Portfolio Manager

For fixed-income investors, understanding environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors – as they are financially material to performance – has proven to be vital for assessing an issuer’s fundamental quality. The pandemic has driven home this point by heightening awareness of the key roles companies play in creating a sustainable global economy — 2020 was a pivotal year for investor acceptance of responsible investing, including record green bond issuance.