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A winning combination | RobecoSAM Global SDG Engagement Equities

A winning combination | RobecoSAM Global SDG Engagement Equities

22-12-2021 | Product video

We all want to do our bit to create a better world. So, when investing, how can we make a real-world impact on society while also achieving attractive financial returns? And how can we influence companies to become more sustainable? We can achieve all this using a unique combination of active management and active ownership in our new strategy, RobecoSAM Global SDG Engagement Equities.

The strategy not only invests in those companies that can make a contribution to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. It actively engages with every company in the portfolio so they can make an even stronger contribution to the SDGs every year. This makes a real difference to people on the ground over three to five years, and also means handsome returns for in investors.

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