Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Initiatives

We view the integration of ESG factors as a crucial part of both our business operations and our investment process.


A Heritage of Commitment to Sustainability

A Heritage of Commitment to Sustainability

Guggenheim explains how—and why—it integrates principles of ESG and sustainability into its practices and investment process.

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Our Commitment to Sustainability

A note from Scott Minerd and Jerry Miller on why principles of sustainability and ESG are important to our management approach.

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Guggenheim’s History of Responsible Corporate Citizenship

Upholding the principles of the Guggenheim family by promoting a firm culture that values initiative, encourages ideas, and rewards success.

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The Guggenheim Path to Sustainable Investing

Investing in safe, reliable infrastructure, and financing innovation in the sectors that will power our world, feed our people, and foster growth in ways that preserve and protect our environment.

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Integrating ESG into the Guggenheim Investment Process

The principles of ESG are specific as they relate to security selection, valuation, and risk mitigation in the investment process.

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Committed to Responsible Citizenship and Global Engagement

We believe that our ability to provide our clients with innovative solutions cannot occur without a similar approach to the way we manage our firm, treat our people, and engage the world in which we work and live.

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Our commitment to sustainability in all its forms is designed to contribute to a better world.

Scott Minerd, Global CIO and
Jerry Miller, President 

Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. Infrastructure investments may be subject to a variety of risks, not all of which can be foreseen or quantified, including operating, economic, environmental, commercial, currency, regulatory, political and financial risks. Investing in a specific sector such as infrastructure is more volatile than investing in a broadly diversified portfolio, as there is a greater risk due to the concentration of holdings in issuers of similar offerings. Sustainability requirements, including environmental, social, and governance (ESG) obligations may limit available investments, which could hinder performance when compared to strategies with no such requirements.




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