[Video] DDJ’s ESG Process & New Dedicated Strategy

Posted on December 11, 2020
Roman Rjanikov

During DDJ's Virtual Investment Conference held in October 2020, Portfolio Manager and Director of Research Roman Rjanikov, discussed DDJ’s Environmental Sustainability High Yield Strategy that DDJ recently launched via a simulated portfolio1.

In this video, Mr. Rjanikov also explains how DDJ has incorporated ESG analysis into its investment process.

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1DDJ incepted the DDJ Environmental Sustainability High Yield Strategy on June 1, 2020. However, as of the date hereof, no actual client assets are invested in this strategy (and accordingly it is managed solely as a simulated portfolio at this time).


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