THE CLIMATE ASSETS FUND
The Climate Asset fund invests around the world with a focus on investment opportunities arising from the convergence of climate change, resource scarcity and population shifts.
The Quilter Cheviot Climate Assets Fund invests in companies that make a positive contribution to the world, with a strong underpinning of ethical values.
The Fund has performed well over the long term – both in absolute terms and against its investment peer group. For more information on the fund performance, download the latest fund factsheet or contact an investment manager today.
The Climate Assets Fund also benefits from the work of Quilter Cheviot’s research team, which helps to identify new opportunities for investment and provides ongoing coverage of the investment in the Climate Assets Fund. The collaboration between Claudia, Caroline and the research team has helped to deliver strong performance since the launch of the fund.
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Meet the team
Meet the Climate Assets team
Claudia Quiroz is the Lead Fund Manager of the Quilter Cheviot Climate Assets Fund, having managed the Fund since its inception in 2010. Claudia has close to two decades of investment experience, having previously worked at Henderson Global Investors and Core Ratings. Before joining the investment world, Claudia worked as a process engineer identifying ways to minimise waste in Argentina’s oil and chemical industries. Claudia has a degree in Chemical Engineering from Argentina’s Universidad Nacional de La Plata and a Master in Business Administration from London’s CASS Business School.
Caroline Langley is the Deputy Fund Manager for the Climate Assets Fund, assisting Claudia with the day to day running of the overall investment strategy. Caroline first trained as a Chartered Accountant before spending two years as a consultant in the Sustainable Business Solutions team at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Caroline has a degree in Human Sciences from Oxford University in 1997 and also holds a Master’s in Environmental Technology from Imperial College.