Aviva Investors launches two impact funds aligned with seven SDGs

Social and natural capital transition funds

Lauren Mason
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Aviva Investors has launched two new funds aligned with a combined seven of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

The Aviva Investors Social Transition Global Equity fund, which will be managed by portfolio managers Richard Saldanha and Matt Kirby, is aligned with SDGs five, eight and ten. It will invest in companies that are changing their business models to promote good working conditions, engage in responsible behaviour and respect human rights, while also investing in companies that improve access to education and health. It will be managed using a social transition framework created by the World Benchmarking Alliance, which Aviva Investors helped to create in 2018 to rank funds' performance in ...

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