Profit is only the beginning. When we invest, we should expect more than financial returns.
See why it pays to look further.
We believe sustainability is about making a positive impact with everything we do, from how we act as a corporate to the investments we make on behalf of our clients.
We all have the power to help create a sustainable and more prosperous world for all through our role in the financial system by allocating capital to areas that deliver both social and investment value.
Sustainable investing looks not only at what profits a company generates but how it generates them. This involves a fundamental shift in how companies are viewed and valued. We believe that a company’s activities can present risks that may translate into financial costs. Identifying these risks and opportunities means we can seek to calculate the company’s value now and into the future. We systematically incorporate these factors into our investment process and our fundamental analysis that sits within it.
In this report you'll hear from the Schroders sustainability experts on the latest sustainability insights, how e have been engaging with FTSE 350 companies on their net zero transition plans, banks on fossil fuel financing and auto companies on how they are preparing for a more digital world.
Active ownership is a core part of sustainable investing. A regular and active dialogue with business leaders provides us with an extra dimension of understanding of how a company operates and its intentions. This is something that financial data alone cannot identify. We engage with the companies we invest in to help them transition towards a more sustainable business model.
Want to know how we approach Sustainability at Schroders, including how each of our investment teams incorporates ESG into their investment process? View our Sustainability at Schroders brochure.
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