Q&A: Quilter's Stuart Clark on responsible and sustainable investing

‘No significant harm’ overlay

Kathleen Gallagher
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Stuart Clark of Quilter

Quilter’s Stuart Clark talks to Kathleen Gallagher about navigating the biases of ESG investing

At the beginning of the month, Quilter expanded its WealthSelect Managed Portfolio Service to include Responsible and Sustainable options. Stuart Clark, portfolio manager of the range, sat down with Investment Week to discuss how he chose the funds that would be included and navigated some of the biases that exist in ESG investing.    What's the difference between the Responsible and Sustainable ranges?  For the responsible range, we set ourselves the dual objective of maximising client return for a given level of risk alongside reduction in carbon intensity, and better overall ESG...

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