Our central ESG Investment function analyse global and thematic social risks and opportunities and working with asset class ESG experts, this research and insight is integrated into investment decision making. The social factors we consider are diverse and include labour and human rights issues such as diversity and inclusion, social welfare, modern slavery, indigenous rights and more.
Human Rights: Our approach for investments
We engage companies on human rights issues and use our expertise to support cross-industry anti-modern slavery collaborations. Organisations failing to uphold the human rights of their stakeholders risk negatively impacting communities, regulatory penalties, operating challenges, and reduced revenue and trust.