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Sustainability Focused

Sustainability Focused

Sustainability focused strategies have an explicit sustainability policy and aim to pick companies that score better on ESG. The investment universe remains diversified across sectors and regions. The result is a portfolio with a better ESG profile and an environmental footprint at least 20% better than the benchmark.

  • ESG use Wholly integrated factors
  • Quality We can pick better stocks
  • Scoring Setting high standards
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We will set five-year carbon footprint reduction goals
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