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Sherwin Soo, CFA
5 Investment Analysts
4 Client Portfolio Managers
Annual Impact Report
Our Emerging Markets Sustainable Impact strategy seeks to invest in companies that are located primarily in emerging markets and demonstrating accelerating growth. In addition, the strategy seeks to achieve positive social and environmental impact by investing in companies who contribute to one or more of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Distinctive strategy features include:
Investment capabilities are available to institutional clients through separate accounts, sub-advised portfolios and commingled vehicles. Please contact us for availability in your region.
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Sources: MSCI Inc., FactSet
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Portfolio managers are not licensed by the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission to perform any regulated function in or from Hong Kong. Furthermore, none of the portfolio managers are located in or operate in or from Hong Kong.
Data reflects past performance. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The value of investments may fluctuate. Data assumes reinvestment of dividends and capital gains.
A strategy or emphasis on environmental, social and governance factors ("ESG") may limit the investment opportunities available to a portfolio. Therefore, the portfolio may underperform or perform differently than other portfolios that do not have an ESG investment focus. A portfolio's ESG investment focus may also result in the portfolio investing in securities or industry sectors that perform differently or maintain a different risk profile than the market generally or compared to underlying holdings that are not screened for ESG standards.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a collection of 17 global goals set by the United Nations General Assembly. They were developed by a global team of industry and government leaders and adopted by all 193 member states, the SDGs include 17 goals and 169 attendant targets aimed at solving some of the world’s most pressing problems by 2030. The goals include eradicating poverty, providing environmental resources, and achieving gender and income equality.