Martin Gilbert-backed Alquity debuts global impact fund

Alquity Global Impact soft opens

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The strategy will analyse corporate ESG metrics, as well as companies' contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals
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The strategy will analyse corporate ESG metrics, as well as companies' contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

London-based investment boutique Alquity has launched its first global impact fund, investing in listed companies producing products and services that have a positive sustainability, societal and environmental impact.

Alquity Global Impact launched at the end of January with a "soft opening", seeded with around $5m, with early investors charged fees on "preferential terms" during an initial launch period to 31 March.  After this point, standard pricing will be an AMC of 70 basis points and an OCF of 1.05%. Big tech and ESG: Index giants falling short on standards The strategy will analyse corporate ESG metrics, as well as companies' contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with a particular focus on decarbonisation within the screening process. Its proprietary approach will utili...

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