In recent years, as topics such as climate change have risen up the agenda, there has been growing interest in sustainable investing. This more engaged approach involves the use of environmental, social and governance (ESG) analysis to positively identify companies with robust business models which effectively incorporate sustainability into their core business and strategy.
Our sustainable strategies aim to achieve their objectives through investing for the long term in securities of companies that positively manage the material impacts of their operations and products on the environment and society, as well as businesses with unrealized ESG-related opportunities.
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Engaging with companies where ESG issues are resolvable and can be improved, and reporting on that activity
Giving responsible investment specialists veto power in the security-selection process, enabling them to prevent a sustainable portfolio from holding a particular company
Using sustainable ‘red lines’ to ensure that the poorest-performing companies are not eligible for investment
|Sustainable Global Dynamic Bond||Fixed income|
|Sustainable Global Equity||Global equity|
|Sustainable International Equity||Global equity|
|Sustainable Real Return||Real Return|
|Sustainable U.S. Equity||U.S. equity|