A global equity fund selecting mispriced companies within environmental markets.
Because of the unprecedented environmental challenges facing us, we believe industries in the environmental sector will benefit from high growth over the long term due to the massive investment needed to meet these challenges. Investors in this fund have access to companies worldwide invested in a wide array of environmental sub-sectors eg. alternative energy, energy efficiency, water treatment and purification, pollution control, waste management and recycling. This provides an easy entry point for investors new to socially responsible investing or for those looking to diversify.
This fund is managed by Impax Asset management
Impax has been a global leader in environmental markets investing since 1998. It is a global asset management business whose investment activity reflects the transition towards a more sustainable global economy
- Fund is co-managed by: Hubert Aarts and Bruce Jenkyn Jones who are also co-heads of listed equities.
- 31 experienced team members with an average of 18 years investment experience
The fund is actively managed and has the MSCI World Index (EUR) as its benchmark. It has a cyclical and strong mid-cap bias.
In line with our long-established SRI and ESG principles, the fund portfolio consists of stocks selected for growth and valuation potential in businesses that comply with the 10 principles of the United Nations Global Compact. These principles are designed to encourage businesses worldwide to adopt sustainable and socially responsible practices, including the environment, human rights, labour and anti-corruption.
Past performance or achievements are not indicative of current or future returns. The investments are subject to market fluctuations and the risks inherent in investments in securities. The value of investments and the income they generate may go down as well as up and it is possible that investors will not recover their initial outlay. Parvest Global Environment becomes BNP Paribas Global Environment from 30/08/2019