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Sustainable Investing

A global, disciplined and structured investment approach

Doing the right thing for our clients is our most important responsibility. Global discipline, structure and focus help us use our resources optimally to ensure that all our clients benefit from our investment insights, and are given fair treatment. 

Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG)

ESG is a recognised way of measuring the sustainability of companies from not just one ethical perspective, but three – environmental, social and governance. As well as calculating the level of sustainability today, ESG scoring can also help work out how big a part environmental, social and governance principles will play in a company’s long-term performance. 

Following this strategy helps build a better world, reduces damage to the environment and society, and creates wonderful opportunities. These are examples of some of the issues that are considered when we make investment recommendations to you:

Category
Issues considered
Environmental

How companies are making an impact on the environment:

  • Climate change impact
  • Air & water pollution
  • Waste management
  • Energy efficiency
  • Water scarcity 
Social

How companies engage with and impact on their employees, clients and communities:

  • Human rights 
  • Consumer privacy 
  • Gender equality 
  • Data security 
  • Health & safety 
Governance

How companies are governed or managed:

  • Board structure 
  • Company ownership 
  • Financial reporting 
  • Business ethics & culture 
  • Executive remuneration

Following this strategy helps build a better world, reduces damage to the environment and society, and creates wonderful opportunities. These are examples of some of the issues that are considered when we make investment recommendations to you:

Category
Environmental
Issues considered

How companies are making an impact on the environment:

  • Climate change impact
  • Air & water pollution
  • Waste management
  • Energy efficiency
  • Water scarcity 
Category
Social
Issues considered

How companies engage with and impact on their employees, clients and communities:

  • Human rights 
  • Consumer privacy 
  • Gender equality 
  • Data security 
  • Health & safety 
Category
Governance
Issues considered

How companies are governed or managed:

  • Board structure 
  • Company ownership 
  • Financial reporting 
  • Business ethics & culture 
  • Executive remuneration

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