ESG refers to three factors which are central to a class of investing also known as “sustainable investing.”
This approach to investing incorporates a detailed assessment of a business’s governance practices as well as of its long-term impact on society and the environment.
While these are mostly non-financial factors, businesses with higher ESG standards are considered to be less risky and more likely to succeed in the long run.
Key Features of the Momentum Harmony Global Sustainable Equity Fund
Actively managed global equity strategy available at very low, passive like, cost level
Focused on businesses with better than average ESG (environment, social,governance) scores…
…and with lower environmental footprints (carbon, energy, waste and water impact)
Diversified across all major developed market sectors and regions, with circa 650 direct stock holdings
Multi-style approach (growth, value, quality, size) designed to outperform MSCI World index
Strategy implemented by Robeco, a world class quantitative investment specialist
Momentum Harmony Global Sustainable Equity Fund Allocations & Holdings
Holdings and allocations will vary over time
(* Revenue threshold for exclusion varies per activity but is 10% or less for all listed areas, except 30% in the case of nuclearpower (production))