Trium Capital to launch ESG fund for commodities manager

Aims to lower global emissions

David Brenchley
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Joe Mares of Trium Capital
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Joe Mares of Trium Capital

Alternative asset manager Trium Capital will launch a "forward-looking" ESG fund for natural resources investor Joe Mares, aiming to engage with companies in order to lower global emissions.

The firm said its Trium ESG Emissions Impact fund will help lower emissions by "actively engaging with companies in high-emitting sectors to implement innovative strategies". The fund will aim to generate 8% annual returns with lower-than-market volatility. Trium said it will be equity market neutral and primarily invest in European stocks in the energy, materials, utilities and industrials sectors. It aims to find "long-term winners in the energy transition process". View from the top: Asset managers need to address their environmental efforts Mares said the fund was "starting fro...

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