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ESG investing: supporting the battle against cancer
8 October 2020 in News & Views , Investment market, ESG

Cancer statistics remain frightening, and while advances are being made, the outlook for patients is not good enough. We believe investing in oncology companies is a positive way to join in the solution to one of our society's great global problems. 

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Does battery technology have the power to energise your investment portfolio?
5 October 2020 in News & Views , Investment market, ESG

We spoke to Aanand Venkatramanan, L&G fund manager and battery technology specialist to find out how issues around cost, lifespan, safety and environmental impact are being addressed as we consider the role of battery technology investments in our client portfolios.

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ESG - the COVID-19 silver lining?

In the second webinar of our ‘In conversation with Canaccord Genuity’ series, Patrick Thomas, our Head of ESG (environmental, social and governance) Investments and Jordan Sriharan, Head of our Managed Portfolio Service, discuss all things ESG.

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The top five ESG sustainable and responsible investment themes shaping our future
As we start to reflect on the post COVID-19 world, we take a deep dive into five ESG (environmental, social and governance) investment themes we think are set to underpin our changing world and therefore form the tenet of our investment strategy. 
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ESG (environmental, social and governance) - doing well by doing good

There has been a significant growth and interest in investing on a responsible basis and the area is continually evolving. However, for investors, traditional ‘ethical’ investment solutions have tended to leave a limited choice of companies to invest in, compromising diversification and therefore investment risk/returns. ESG (environmental, social and governance) investing allows investors to take a proactive approach to investing responsibly but not at the expense of their risk/returns. 

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IMPORTANT: Investment involves risk. The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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