Schroders launches two sustainable thematic equity funds

Infrastructure and circular economy

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Schroders has expanded its range of sustainable thematic funds with two Article 9 global equity funds.

The Schroder ISF Circular Economy fund and Schroder ISF Sustainable Infrastructure fund will be managed by Jack Dempsey and Ashley Thomas, respectively. The Circular Economy fund will invest in firms which contribute to the transition to a circular economy, seeking to decouple economic growth from resource consumption, a key sustainability and economic focus given increasing resource deficits. Dempsey said that the "prize" for firms that can close the gap between what the planet produces and its consumption is estimated to be $25trn worth of economic growth by 2050. Deep Dive: 'Dar...

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