Brunel Pension Launches New Sustainable Equities Fund


Stockholm (NordSIP) – Brunel Pension Partnership, launched a new Sustainable Equities Fund. Nordea Asset Management, Ownership Capital, RBC Global Asset Management have been appointed to manage the fund.

The new fund by the UK pension fund manager was created following demand from clients for a listed equity portfolio in which ESG considerations are at the forefront of the investment process, and where the managers positively pursue companies that will provide a benefit to society.

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“The Sustainable Equities Fund gives our clients access to both the equity risk and sustainability focus they requested,” David Cox (Pictured), Head of Listed Markets at Brunel, said. “The three managers we appointed share a broad investing style and a prioritisation of sustainability, yet their approaches are also different enough to provide clients with the diversification they were looking for.”

“From one sustainable investment leader to another, we commend Brunel for its vision, leadership and innovation in Sustainable Investing,” Nils Bolmstrand, CEO, Nordea Asset Management added. “We are delighted, following a rigorous and engaging due diligence selection process, to have been appointed by the Brunel Pension Partnership. Nordea has been at the forefront of investing in companies that are changing the world for the better and transitioning to a more sustainable society. We are at a crucial period for a global response to climate and environmental challenges, and we look forward to working with Brunel in pursuing a more sustainable world.”

Image Courtesy of Brunel Pension Partners


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