Cazenove Capital launches five sustainable model portfolios

Latest offering to be added to model portfolio service

Gillian Hepburn, intermediary solutions director at Schroders

Gillian Hepburn, intermediary solutions director at Schroders

Cazenove Capital has launched five actively managed sustainable model portfolios, designed for investors who want to positively contribute to social and environmental change.

The funds, which have been launched on the firm's three-year anniversary of its model portfolio service, invest across a "wide range" of assets and offer investors exposure to varying risk-return levels. Gillian Hepburn, intermediary solutions director at Schroders, said the products were launched following the firm's latest Global Investor Survey, which found 61% of investors globally felt all funds should consider sustainability factors, while 57% always consider sustainability when selecting an investment product. Can artificial intelligence fix ESG rating shortfalls? She said: ...

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