AllianzGI broadens sustainable offering with Climate Transition fund launch

Domiciled in Luxembourg

Jayna Rana
Christine Clet-Messadi of Allianz Global Investors

Christine Clet-Messadi of Allianz Global Investors

Allianz Global Investors has launched the Allianz Climate Transition fund, managed by Christine Clet-Messadi and available to both retail and institutional investors.

The fund invests in European equities which focus on achieving a low-carbon economy, with many already having significantly reduced their carbon footprint. It will have a 0.7% ongoing charges figure on the P share class and hold between 40 to 60 stocks at any one time. The MSCI Europe Total Return index will be used as its benchmark. Led by Clet-Messadi, the portfolio management team follows a research-driven investment process combining financial, ESG and climate impact analysis. This will be used to build a concentrated portfolio that mitigates carbon risk while helping to financ...

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