RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT

What is Responsible Investment?

A strategy and practice to incorporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in investment decisions and active ownership (Source: UNPRI). At Quilter Cheviot we see responsible investment as a process that analyses ESG data to help inform investment decisions and to ensure that all relevant factors are accounted for when assessing risk and return.

Responsible investment and ESG integration

Quilter Cheviot aims to meet the challenges of a dynamic market environment to deliver the investment performance that provides its clients with the outcomes they require to meet their financial aspirations. Find out more about our responsible investment approach including ESG integration and stewardship.  

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What is ESG & why is it important now?

INSIGHTS

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Individually, two key areas of focus which many investors have started to consider in recent years include the Asian powerhouse China and the longevity of our planet through environmental, social and governance (ESG) focused investing. But can the two be considered together?
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David Butler discussed with our experts what is ESG & why it should be important to you, providing you with the answers to your questions so you can feel comfortable in your added responsibilities to your client.
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In an election where the two major candidates have very different views on the environment as well as social issues the outcome could be profound for climate change and society as a whole.
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In my last post on fund research, I talked about thematic investments and mega-trends, and in many ways, the biggest mega-trend in investing at present is responsible investing in its various forms. It’s clearly an area that’s had a lot of coverage but I’m going to touch upon a few areas from the point of view of a fund selection team.
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