Ninety One launches Global Sustainable Equity Strategy for Stephanie Niven

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Lauren Mason
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Stephanie Niven of Ninety One
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Stephanie Niven of Ninety One

Ninety One has launched a concentrated, long-only global equity fund for Stephanie Niven, which will focus on sustainability leaders across sectors.

The Ninety One Global Sustainable Equity Strategy will invest in companies that are transitioning towards a more sustainable future in terms of reducing carbon emissions, as well as "broader externalities" which positively impact company employees, societies and the natural world. Niven and her team will appraise the corporate culture of companies they invest in alongside traditional financial analysis, in order to pick between 25 and 40 attractively-priced businesses with long-term competitive advantages. Ninety One turns to Nordea for sustainable emerging markets portfolio manager ...

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