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Tina De Baere, head of ESG and macro strategy at Cairn Capital, argues that securitisation can facilitate the transition to a sustainable economy

Q: How consistent can ESG issues be? Ultimately, how subjective is ESG and ESG analysis?
A: Yes, this is a question that comes up all the time. ESG topics will always be subjective; it is the nature of the beast in many ways.

Given that there are so many values and opinions on those topics, it would be unreasonable to expect a clear consistency or a common framework across investors and asset classes.

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