Weighing environmental and social factors in infrastructure investing

 
Thuy Quynh

Thuy Quynh Dang

Portfolio Manager, Global Infrastructure

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January 2021

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While Governance factors tend to be consistent across sectors, the Environment and Social factors vary. Portfolio manager Quynh Dang breaks down the unique factors that apply to infrastructure and how the team approaches them.

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Thuy Quynh Dang, Vice President, is a portfolio manager on the Global Listed Infrastructure team and has analyst coverage responsibilities for Europe.

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