Beyond clergy investors
EdenTree Investment Management is the investment management arm of church insurer Ecclesiastical Insurance. In existence since 1988, it rebranded to EdenTree in 2015 in a bid to place greater emphasis on its socially responsible investment offering.
EdenTree has £2.7bn in AUM (as of 30 June 2018) through its Amity range of screened funds. It also has a range of non-screened funds. It currently has partnerships with companies and groups investing responsibly in sustainable businesses, including the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association and The 30% Club.
Sue Round to become deputy chairman
Almost 100 days to go to the vote
Which companies flourished and floundered since 1995?
Covering London, South East and the Channel Islands
47% of financial advisers unaware of ESG obligations
Putting people back in the heart of businesses
Will vote on shareholder resolution at 7 May AGM
Tenpin, emerging markets and Alphabet
Five managers assess potential headwinds and tailwinds
Late stage of the IPO cycle
It says something about the challenges the UK market faces when Brexit is not the biggest risk investors fear.
Standardisation of products needed, manager argues
Financial materiality hampering prospects
The themes and markets best placed to benefit from tech boom
Measures to improve the ecosystem
Top foreign sectors to look out for over the year
Industry Voice: As responsible and sustainable investors, we are often asked for our opinion on the FAANG stocks which dominate the US tech market and whether we would deem these suitable investments.
Gongs for Hermes, EdenTree and Impax
Why tech firms must improve ESG credentials
Global asset allocators have taken a consensus underweight position to the FTSE, with the UK at its most unloved point in decades relative to other developed markets.
Came into force in January
Ahead of ceremony in November
Letter to economic secretary John Glen