NPI has dispelled any uncertainty that socially responsible investment (SRI) struggles against ...
NPI has dispelled any uncertainty that socially responsible investment (SRI) struggles against mainstream offerings.
According to Standard and Poor's Micropal statistics, NPI's Global Care Managed Pension Fund is ranked first out of 137 funds over five years in the pension managed sector. The average growth of the fund has exceeded both mainstream funds and other SRI funds.
Dax Harkins of NPI said: "Socially responsible investment has delivered outstanding returns and at the same time given investors the satisfaction of knowing that their money has helped to develop a more sustainable future."
The fund has hit a return of 116.4% since its launch five years ago compared to a sector average of 58.9%. It's valued at £123.7m, has earned a five star Standard and Poor's Micropal star rating and increased annually by 16.7% compared to the pension managed sector's average of 9.7%.
All of NPI's funds are managed by Henderson Global Investors while NPI's ethical and environmental investment fund's are managed by Henderson's socially responsible investment team who has over £1bn under management.
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