In this new edition of NordSIP’s ESGPresso Lungo, Timothy Skiendzielewski, Portfolio Manager at Rockefeller Asset Management talks to Aline Gustafsson about why the time is right to reconsider Small Cap Equities and how Rockefeller Asset Management uses an ESG-driven analysis to find the best candidates.


    The views expressed of the hosts and guests in this episode are as of a particular point in time and are subject to change without notice.  The views expressed by the speakers are solely their own and may differ from or conflict with those of other divisions in Rockefeller Capital Management. This information is provided for illustrative and educational purposes only. It should not be construed as an investment recommendation, investment advice, or an offer of Rockefeller investment advisory or brokerage services.
    Forward looking statements, including those presented herein, are inherently uncertain, as future events may differ materially from those reflected.  Investing involves risk, including risk of loss. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Small capitalization stocks generally involve higher risks in some respects than do investments in stocks of larger companies and may be more volatile.
    ESG investing is subjective by nature, and there is no guarantee that it will be successful.  ESG investing can also limit the investment opportunities available to a portfolio for non-financial reasons and may underperform other similar strategies that do not apply an ESG criteria to their investment approach.

    The Time is Right for US Small Cap Equities with Rockefeller Asset Management