Generali Investments launches its first sub-fund investing in green and sustainable bonds

Milan – Generali Investments  launches Generali Investments SICAV (GIS) Euro Green & Sustainable Bond, a new sub-fund investing primarily in green and sustainable bonds, which perfectly matches Generali Investments’ commitment to sustainability with its long-term fixed income investment expertise.
The sub-fund offers a liquid and transparent investment strategy in bonds that finance projects in, among others, energy transition and renewable energies, with a real positive impact on climate change.

Milan – Generali Investments launches Generali Investments SICAV (GIS) Euro Green & Sustainable Bond, a new sub-fund investing primarily in green and sustainable bonds, which perfectly matches Generali Investments’ commitment to sustainability with its long-term fixed income investment expertise.
The sub-fund offers a liquid and transparent investment strategy in bonds that finance projects in, among others, energy transition and renewable energies, with a real positive impact on climate change.
It invests primarily in Investment Grade green and sustainable bonds denominated in Euro and features the Bloomberg MSCI Barclays Euro Green bond index as its main investment universe and official benchmark. The sub-fund is registered in Italy, France, Germany, Austria and Spain.

GENERALI INVESTMENTS LAUNCHES ITS FIRST SUB-FUND INVESTING IN GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE BOND

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