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RobecoSAM Institutional Global Developed Climate Conservative Equities T2 EUR

Index: MSCI World Index
ISIN: NL0013057920
  • Aims for global equity returns with lower downside risk
  • Target stable equity returns and high income
  • Low-risk stocks with high sustainability profile, attractive valuation and positive momentum
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About this fund

RobecoSAM Institutional Global Developed Climate Conservative Equities is an actively managed fund that invests in low-volatile stocks in developed economies that contribute to maintaining the global temperature rise below 2°C. The selection of these stocks is based on a quantitative model. The fund's long-term aim is to achieve returns equal to, or greater than, those on developed equity markets with lower expected downside risk. The selected low-risk stocks are characterized by high dividend yield, attractive valuation, strong momentum and positive analyst revisions. This results in a diversified, low turnover portfolio of defensive stocks aiming to achieve stable equity returns and high income. The fund aims to select stocks with relatively low environmental footprints to ensure a carbon footprint reduction aligned with the MSCI World Climate Paris Aligned Index.

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Based on closing GAV, the fund's return was -2.27%. The conservative equities that the fund typically selects as part of its investment strategy underperformed the market last month.

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Currency policy

Currency risk will not be hedged. Exchange-rate fluctuations will therefore directly affect the fund's share price.

Dividend policy

All of the fund's income is reinvested after deduction of costs and withholding tax. Within three months of the close of the financial year, participants can indicate whether they want the dividend to be reinvested or distributed.

ESG Integration policy

The fund’s sustainable investment objective is to contribute to keeping global temperature rise well-below 2°C by reducing the carbon footprint of the fund. Climate change and sustainability considerations are incorporated in the investment process via exclusions, ESG integration, ESG and environmental footprint targets as well as voting. Firstly, the fund does not invest in stock issuers that are in breach of international norms or where activities have been deemed detrimental to society following Robeco's exclusion policy. This includes activity-based exclusions of Article 12 of the EU regulation on Climate Transition Benchmarks, EU Paris-aligned Benchmarks and sustainability-related disclosures for benchmarks. In addition, the fund excludes stocks issued by companies that have a negative impact on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The impact of issuers on the SDGs is determined by applying Robeco's internally developed three-step SDG Framework. Secondly, financially material ESG factors are integrated in the portfolio construction to ensure the ESG score of the portfolio is at least 10% better than that of the reference index. By restricting the GHG emissions the carbon footprint of the fund is made lower than that of the Paris-Aligned benchmark to ensure alignment with the desired decarbonization trajectory of 7% year on year. Water use and waste generation are made at least 20% lower than that of the reference index. With these portfolio construction rules, stocks issued by companies with better ESG scores or environmental footprints are more likely to be included in the portfolio while stocks issued by companies with worse ESG scores or environmental footprints are more likely to be divested from the portfolio. Thirdly, where a stock issuer is flagged for breaching international standards in the ongoing monitoring, the issuer will become subject to exclusion. Lastly, the fund makes use of shareholder rights and applies proxy voting in accordance with Robeco's proxy voting policy.

Investment policy

RobecoSAM Institutional Global Developed Climate Conservative Equities is an actively managed fund that invests in low-volatile stocks in developed economies that contribute to maintaining the global temperature rise below 2°C. The selection of these stocks is based on a quantitative model. The fund has sustainable investment as its objective within the meaning of Article 9 of the European Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation. The fund contributes to keeping the maximum global temperature rise well-below 2?C by reducing the carbon footprint intensity of the portfolio. The fund integrates ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) factors in the investment process and applies Robeco’s Good Governance policy. The fund applies sustainability indicators, including but not limited to, normative, and activity-based exclusions in line with Article 12 of the EU regulation on Climate Transition Benchmarks, and proxy voting. The fund's long-term aim is to achieve returns equal to, or greater than, those on developed equity markets with lower expected downside risk. The selected low-risk stocks are characterized by high dividend yield, attractive valuation, strong momentum and positive analyst revisions. This results in a diversified, low turnover portfolio of defensive stocks aiming to achieve stable equity returns and high income. The fund aims to select stocks with relatively low environmental footprints to ensure a carbon footprint reduction aligned with the MSCI World Climate Paris Aligned Index. The majority of stocks selected will be components of the benchmark, but stocks outside the benchmark may be selected too. The fund can deviate from the weightings of the benchmark. The fund aims to outperform the benchmark over the long run, whilst still controlling relative risk through the application of limits (on countries and sectors) to the extent of the deviation from the benchmark. This will consequently limit the deviation of the performance relative to the benchmark. The fund will use the MSCI World Climate Paris Aligned Index to monitor the attainment of the sustainable investment objective and carbon profile of the fund in line with the Paris Agreement requirements on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Paris Aligned Index is consistent with the sustainable investment objective pursued by the fund. It differs from a broad market index in that the latter’s methodology does not take into account any criteria for alignment with the Paris Agreement on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and related exclusions.

Risk policy

Risk management is fully integrated in the investment process to ensure that positions always meet predefined guidelines.

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Footprint ownership expresses the total resource utilization the portfolio finances. Each assessed company's footprint is calculated by normalizing resources utilized by the company's enterprise value including cash (EVIC). Multiplying these values by the dollar amount invested in each assessed company yields the aggregate footprint ownership figures. The selected index's footprint is provided alongside. Sovereign and cash positions have no impact. The portfolios score is shown in blue and the index in grey.

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The Portfolio Sustainalytics ESG Risk Rating chart displays the portfolio's ESG Risk Rating. This is calculated by multiplying each portfolio component's Sustainalytics ESG Risk Rating by its respective portfolio weight. If an index has been selected, those scores are provided alongside the portfolio scores, highlighting the portfolio's ESG risk level compared to the index. The Sustainalytics ESG Risk Rating distribution chart shows the portfolio allocations broken into Sustainalytics' five ESG risk levels: negligible (0-10), low (10-20), medium (20-30), high (30-40) and severe (40+), providing an overview of portfolio exposure to the different ESG risk levels. If an index has been selected, the same information is shown for the index.

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Sustainability

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The fund’s sustainable investment objective is to contribute to keeping global temperature rise well-below 2°C by reducing the carbon footprint of the fund. Climate change and sustainability considerations are incorporated in the investment process via exclusions, ESG integration, ESG and environmental footprint targets as well as voting. Firstly, the fund does not invest in stock issuers that are in breach of international norms or where activities have been deemed detrimental to society following Robeco's exclusion policy. This includes activity-based exclusions of Article 12 of the EU regulation on Climate Transition Benchmarks, EU Paris-aligned Benchmarks and sustainability-related disclosures for benchmarks. In addition, the fund excludes stocks issued by companies that have a negative impact on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The impact of issuers on the SDGs is determined by applying Robeco's internally developed three-step SDG Framework. Secondly, financially material ESG factors are integrated in the portfolio construction to ensure the ESG score of the portfolio is at least 10% better than that of the reference index. By restricting the GHG emissions the carbon footprint of the fund is made lower than that of the Paris-Aligned benchmark to ensure alignment with the desired decarbonization trajectory of 7% year on year. Water use and waste generation are made at least 20% lower than that of the reference index. With these portfolio construction rules, stocks issued by companies with better ESG scores or environmental footprints are more likely to be included in the portfolio while stocks issued by companies with worse ESG scores or environmental footprints are more likely to be divested from the portfolio. Thirdly, where a stock issuer is flagged for breaching international standards in the ongoing monitoring, the issuer will become subject to exclusion. Lastly, the fund makes use of shareholder rights and applies proxy voting in accordance with Robeco's proxy voting policy.

Expectation of fund manager

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The Institutional Global Developed Climate Conservative Equities Fund invests in low volatility stocks with lower expected downside risk and good upside potential. The more stable stocks tend to be overlooked by investors, though they offer relatively high returns given their risk profile. We expect the fund to do particularly well during down markets and volatile market conditions. In a very bullish environment, the fund could lag the overall market, yet still deliver good absolute returns. In the long term, we expect stable equity returns and high income with considerably lower downside risk.

Pim van Vliet, Arlette van Ditshuizen, Maarten Polfliet, Jan Sytze Mosselaar, Arnoud Klep
Pim van Vliet, Arlette van Ditshuizen, Maarten Polfliet, Jan Sytze Mosselaar, Arnoud Klep

Pim van Vliet, Arlette van Ditshuizen, Maarten Polfliet, Jan Sytze Mosselaar, Arnoud Klep

Pim van Vliet is Head of Conservative Equities and Head of Robeco’s Quantitative Equities department. As Head of Conservative Equities, he is responsible for a wide range of global, regional, and sustainable low-volatility strategies. He specializes in low-volatility investing, asset pricing, and quantitative finance. He is the author of numerous academic research papers including publications in the Journal of Banking and Finance, Management Science, and the Journal of Portfolio Management. Pim is a guest lecturer at several universities, author of an investment book and speaker at international seminars. He became Portfolio Manager in 2010. Pim joined Robeco in 2005 as a Researcher with responsibility for asset allocation research. Pim holds a PhD and a Master's cum laude in Financial and Business Economics from Erasmus University Rotterdam. Arlette van Ditshuizen is Portfolio Manager Quantitative Equities and Head of the Quant Equity Portfolio Management team. She has been portfolio manager since 2007. She focuses on managing the wide range of regional and global Conservative Equities strategies, Robeco’s Low-volatility strategy. Arlette’s areas of expertise are portfolio construction and risk management. She chairs Robeco’s Equity Risk Management and Quant Portfolio Management Committees. Previously, she was Risk Manager within Robeco for two years and held a position as Portfolio Manager and Head of Derivatives Structures with Robeco for six years. Arlette started her career as a researcher at Robeco in 1997. She holds a Master's in Econometrics from Erasmus University Rotterdam. Maarten Polfliet is Portfolio Manager Quantitative Equities. He focuses on managing the wide range of regional and global Conservative Equities strategies, Robeco’s Low-volatility strategy. Maarten specializes in portfolio construction and investment style analyses. Until 2012, Maarten was a Quant Client Portfolio Manager at Robeco. From 2002, he was Equity Portfolio Manager at Bank Insinger de Beaufort, until he joined Robeco in 2005. He started his career as a Portfolio Manager for private and institutional clients at SNS Bank Nederland in 1999. He has a Master’s in Financial Economics from Tilburg University and a Master’s in Financial Analysis from the University of Amsterdam. Jan Sytze Mosselaar is Portfolio Manager Quantitative Equities. He focuses on managing the wide range of regional and global Conservative Equities strategies, Robeco’s Low-volatility strategy, and the factor investing portfolios, such as Value-, Momentum-, Quality- and Multi-Factor portfolios. Jan Sytze is the author of ‘A Concise Financial History of Europe’, published by Robeco. He started his career in 2004 at Robeco and worked for ten years as a multi-asset portfolio manager, responsible for multi-asset funds, quant allocation funds and fiduciary pension mandates. He holds a Master’s in Business Economics with a specialization in Finance & Investments from the University of Groningen. He is a CFA® charterholder. Arnoud Klep is Portfolio Manager Quantitative Equities. He focuses on managing the wide range of regional and global Conservative Equities strategies, Robeco’s Low-volatility strategy. Arnoud specializes in portfolio construction and sustainability integration within quantitative equities. Previously, Arnoud was Head of Structured Investments with Robeco, managing various quantitative investment strategies. He started his career in the Robeco Quantitative Research department in 2001. Arnoud holds a Master’s in Econometrics from Tilburg University.

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