AllianceBernstein brings $4bn sustainable global equity fund to the UK

Climate, health and empowerment

James Baxter-Derrington
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Lee Matthews of AllianceBernstein

Lee Matthews of AllianceBernstein

AllianceBernstein has launched a sustainable global equity OEIC, bringing its $4bn SICAV to UK investors, Investment Week can reveal.

ES AllianceBernstein Sustainable Global Equity bolsters the firm's OEIC range, bringing the total number of funds in the $1bn suite to six. The fund, which has an OCF of 0.8%, will be managed by Dan Roarty and will invest across three core themes of climate, health and empowerment.  The vehicle will be the second sustainable offering from the fund house available to UK investors, with its ES AllianceBernstein Sustainable US Equity OEIC having amassed assets under management of more than $400m since its March 2020 launch. AllianceBernstein to enter global ETF market Head of UK re...

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