Lombard Odier launches Natural Capital strategy in partnership with Circular Bioeconomy Alliance

Portfolio of 40 to 50 companies

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The new fund will invest publicly-listed, small- to mid-sized companies in Asia, Europe and the US
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The new fund will invest publicly-listed, small- to mid-sized companies in Asia, Europe and the US

Lombard Odier Investment Managers (LOIM) has launched a new high conviction global equity strategy, inspired by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, which will invest in public companies that "leverage the regenerative power of nature" in the belief they will deliver strong growth to investors.

The Natural Capital strategy, which LOIM called the "first-of-its-kind", has been developed in partnership with the Circular Bioeconomy Alliance, of which Lombard Odier is a founding member and which is...

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