Majority of fund managers with ESG strategies not invested in Russian companies

SRI Services research

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Julia Dreblow, founder of SRI Services
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Julia Dreblow, founder of SRI Services

New research has revealed that 31 out of 36 fund managers, including Federated Hermes, Rathbones and Liontrust, do not have any investments in Russian-listed entities in their retail sustainable and ESG fund offerings, while the five that did typically had “very limited” holdings.

The research, which was undertaken by SRI Services to help advisers understand the relationship between Russia and sustainable fund strategies, identified BNY Mellon, Candriam, JP Morgan, and Alquity among...

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