2016 Press Coverage
Below are news articles from 2016 that feature Breckinridge perspectives and quotes from our experts.
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Bond Market's Silver Lining's Playbook: Slicing Next Year's Taxes
Bloomberg, December 16, 2016
December 16, 2016 - CIO, David Madigan, and VP Consultant Relations, Jeremy Jenkins, spoke with Bloomberg about the large volume of tax-loss swapping that has been occurring in the muni market recently and when it makes sense for investors.
The Big Shortage: How Drought Is Impacting Water Investment Markets
WATER DEEPLY, OCTOBER 21, 2016
Kevin Lehman, Vice President and credit analyst, spoke with Water Deeply about the state of water utilities, and how different metrics look when it comes to deals in the bond market.
Spotting losers and winners before the market does
GLOBAL CAPITAL, SEPTEMBER 30, 2016
Breckinridge’s head of Consultant Relations, Phil Newell, and director of ESG research, Rob Fernandez, spoke with GlobalCapital on the growing acceptance of ESG analysis as a responsible investment approach.
Shares of Influence
B MAGAZINE, JULY 27, 2016
Breckinridge's engagement efforts are mentioned in this B the Change blog article.
Water asserts its authority as a viable subset of the green bonds market
GLOBAL WATER INTELLIGENCE, MAY 25, 2016
Breckinridge credit analyst, Kevin Lehman, quoted in Global Water Intelligence article that discusses the growing issuance of water-related green bonds and the new standards developed by the Climate Bonds Initiative.
MSWM SMA Manager List Gets Makeover amid Platform Shift
FUNDFIRE, MAY 5, 2016
Senior Vice President, Chris Day, spoke with FundFire about the growing interest Breckinridge has seen in its sustainable strategies and in the ESG investing space.(Requires registration)
Green Bonds Go Social
INTERNATIONAL FINANCING REVIEW (IFR), MAY 2, 2015
In the IFR SRI Special Report 2016, our Director of ESG Research, Rob Fernandez, discusses the terminology for environmental, social and governance bonds and what these labels could do for the industry going forward.