Nomura: Why sustainable investing does not have to mean growth

85% of Article 9 funds have growth bias

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Alex Rowe of Nomura Asset Management
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Alex Rowe of Nomura Asset Management

The current offering of ‘sustainable’ strategies has a clear bias towards ‘Growth’, which has been a strong driver of performance over the past two years.

Recent Morningstar data reveals that 85% of SFDR Article 9 Global Equity funds have some degree of ‘Growth' bias. We believe this bias is partly driven by the immaturity of the space and the approach to...

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