EQ Investors takes eight-strong suite of climate portfolios to market

Climate Action range

James Baxter-Derrington
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EQ Investors has launched a suite of eight climate-related portfolios, offering investors access to a range of risk profiles.

Managed by head of impact investing Damien Lardoux and supported by assistant portfolio manager Tertius Bonnin, the EQ Climate Action portfolios will "provide investors with the opportunity to tackle climate change and support the transition to a green economy". Ranging from ‘defensive' to ‘all-equity', the suite will focus on companies with best-in-class climate risk management policies, hold exposure to green projects and will also utilise "climate-focused engagement practices" on laggard firms. Exclusions include armaments, gambling, pornography, thermal coal and fossil fuel extrac...

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