We believe that:
- Capital markets will be shaped profoundly by global sustainability challenges, particularly climate change, environmental pollution, natural resource constraints, demographic and human capital issues such as diversity, inclusion and gender equity.
- These trends will drive growth for well-positioned companies and create risks for those unable or unwilling to adapt.
- Fundamental analysis which incorporates long-term risks, including environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, enhances investment decisions.
We invest in companies and assets that are:
- Well positioned to benefit from the transition to a more sustainable global economy.
- A well-rounded suite of investment solutions spanning multiple asset classes seeking superior risk-adjusted returns over the medium to long-term.
- We seek higher quality companies with strong business models that demonstrate sound management of risk.
Making equality mainstream
What we hope to see as US federal agencies execute the National Strategy on Gender Equity and Equality
Insights from COP26
Key outcomes and implications for investors.
Outlook 2022: The journey towards a sustainable economy takes flight
From ambitious climate pledges to inflationary and supply chain pressures, here are the key themes that we believe will shape global markets over the coming year.
COP26: Key outcomes and implications for investors
We believe COP26 has renewed confidence in an accelerated transition towards net zero
Foundations for global net zero: An investor’s reflections on COP26
With the UN COP26 climate summit now behind us, it’s time to assess what has changed and, crucially, what should happen next.