Aberdeen Standard Investments unveils three-strong climate fund range

All SFDR Article 9 funds

Anna Fedorova
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ASI unveils climate fund range

ASI unveils climate fund range

Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) has launched a range of three climate-focused funds aiming to support the shift to net zero global emissions.

All three vehicles in the new ASI Climate Range are EU SFDR Article 9 funds, each focusing on specific aspects of the journey towards net zero, and will be managed via a team approach. The Aberdeen Standard SICAV I - Global Climate and Environment Equity fund invests in companies that are innovating and providing the solutions to the most carbon-intensive sectors of the economy through a thematic framework combined with fundamental analysis. This is a concentrated portfolio of companies reflecting the firm's highest convictions in terms of financial returns and climate impact. It w...

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