At Newton, we understand the challenges that today’s world presents for our clients and believe that taking a holistic approach to investing has never been more critical.

We created a multidimensional research platform, with fundamental in-house research a key component, but recognised the need to go further.

That’s meant reimagining how a research platform must be structured to have full sight of the investment landscape of today and tomorrow.

We’ve equipped our analysts and portfolio managers with access to innovative capabilities, from investigative research by former journalists, to specialist insights on ESG (environmental, social and governance) issues, and expert analysis of private markets.
It’s about looking at investment prospects from all relevant angles – in search of the widest perspective possible on the investment landscape.

It’s an approach driven by our pursuit of attractive outcomes for our clients.

Research advantage

  • Fundamental, security-specific research is a key component, but it is not the only analytical approach that we have available.

    Other research capabilities that our teams can access include thematic, ESG-focused, geopolitical, forensic accounting, credit, investigative and private-market research.

    And these are augmented by a quantitative toolset. It’s a platform that we believe leads our portfolio managers to better investment decisions.
  • Multidimensional research

Active and engaged

  • Active ownership is a central tenet of our investment processes, and we engage and vote to influence social and environmental outcomes.

    We do this to try to enhance sustainable shareholder value, and with the conviction that over the long term the interests of all stakeholders are generally aligned.
  • Our engagement activities are not limited to companies.

    We have been active participants in the debate regarding best practices, standards and regulations. In doing so, we aim to achieve a better understanding, have greater influence, and enhance the rights of investors and wider stakeholder groups.

Your capital may be at risk. The value of investments and the income from them can fall as well as rise and investors may not get back the original amount invested.