Aviva Investors brings Stewardship Funds range to UK wholesale market

Launches OEIC feeder versions of the four funds

Apiramy Jeyarajah, UK head of wholesale at Aviva Investors

Apiramy Jeyarajah, UK head of wholesale at Aviva Investors

Aviva Investors has launched OEIC feeder versions of its Stewardship Funds to make the range available to the UK wholesale market.

The range of four funds has been managed by Aviva Investors since 2018, having launched in 1984, and now has £2.5bn of assets under management. Apiramy Jeyarajah, UK head of wholesale at Aviva Investors, said that the launch of the OEIC feeders into its Stewardship Funds will give the UK wholesale market "more flexibility and ease with which to choose to invest responsibly". Aviva Investors to divest companies that fail carbon goal "The reputation of the Stewardship Fund range speaks for itself and we're excited to bring this new vehicle to the UK wholesale market.  "Aviva Inves...

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