- 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.
- In companies and assets that we believe are well positioned to benefit from the transition to a more sustainable economy.
- In companies that we believe are higher quality, with strong business models and governance, that demonstrate sound management of risk whilst being able to adapt intelligently to changing conditions.
- A well-rounded suite of investment solutions spanning multiple asset classes, aiming to deliver superior risk-adjusted returns over the medium to long term.
- Investment solutions underpinned by proprietary investment tools designed to allocate clients’ capital towards the sustainable economy.
Innovating for impact: Impax and the World Bank
From empowering women to improving access to clean water and reducing emissions, our collaboration with the World Bank has produced fixed income securities targeting gender and climate-related goals
Engaging for greater gender equality among Asian companies
Rising investor and regulator pressure on companies is encouraging, but the region’s pipeline of women in leadership must be developed
Biodiversity investing standards picking up steam
Published by CleanTechIQ, featuring Julie Gorte, Ph.D.
The transition will not be televised – Prospects for clean power in the US
In this video, Charlie Donovan explains what is driving the clean energy transition in the US and the emerging role of storage and transformation technologies
The transition will not be televised – Part 2
In the latest instalment of this series, we discuss the prospects for emerging technologies that can store and transform clean electricity
In the latest installment of this series, we discuss the prospects for emerging technologies that can store and transform clean electricity
Pricing physical climate risk – two sectors in the spotlight
A collaboration with Oxford academics evaluated assets at risk in the data centre and semiconductor industries using GRII data