Man GLG shuts sustainable water and circular economy fund as managers exit

18 months after launch

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Man Group's subsidiary Man GLG has closed its Sustainable Water and Circular Economy fund, just over 18 months after its launch in March 2022.

The co-managers Yohann Terry and Jann Breitenmoser have also left the company. The pair joined Man GLG in 2021 from J Safra Sarasin Asset Management, where they managed sustainability-focused investment strategies. UBS AM closes £5m Global Strategic Bond fund Man GLG RI Sustainable Water and Circular Economy was Man GLG's first Article 9 fund and first public market equites Article 9 fund. The strategy aimed to tackle four of the UN's 17 Sustainability Development Goals - clean water and sanitation (goal 6); life below water (goal 14); life on land (goal 15); and responsible consum...

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