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Investing to Improve Lives: Going Beyond High-Conviction Equities.
High-conviction, stock focused emerging market portfolios.
Long-term alpha generation from the world’s strongest companies.
Long-term sustainable alpha generation from a portfolio of innovative, global-leading European companies.
Delivering real income and capital growth over the long-term.
Identifying and investing in high-quality, sustainable business models to generate positive long-term outcomes for our clients.
Aims to achieve long-term returns in excess of the total return from the MSCI All Companies World index.
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Insights related to our Long-Term Unconstrained strategies
Our regular update of Martin Currie’s work in the stewardship and ESG space and our insights into future ESG trends.
Our quarterly Stewardship & ESG magazine
Insights focusing on Sustainability issues
Insights covering market activity
Insights related to the Corona virus outbreak
Insights covering disruption & innovation around the globe
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