Schroders adds Global Sustainable Growth and Global Energy Transition to its UK sustainable fund range

Cumulative net ten-year performance of 186%

Pedro Gonçalves
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The two funds produced returns of 27.5% and 91.9% last year
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The two funds produced returns of 27.5% and 91.9% last year

Schroders has launched two UK unit trusts - Global Sustainable Growth (GSG) and Global Energy Transition (GET) - to add to its growing range of UK vehicles focused on sustainability.

GSG has delivered a cumulative net ten year performance of 186%, while GET has a cumulative net performance of 114%, since inception. In particular, they produced returns of 27.5% and 91.9% last year. The launches add to a growing range of UK funds and investment trusts focused on sustainability as Schroders says it is committed to providing a sustainable fund range to meet the evolving needs of UK investors. Doug Abbott, head of UK Intermediary, Schroders, said: "The UK launches of the Schroders Global Sustainable Growth and Global Energy Transition funds provide an exciting opportun...

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