November 3, 2020

Generali Investments: a renewed strategy for GIS Sustainable World Equity, investing in global equity through an ESG lens

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Milan – Generali Investments announces the change of investment strategy and denomination of GIS Global Equity sub-fund, since October 1st, 2020 renamed Generali Investments Sicav (GIS) Sustainable World Equity to reflect a superior integration of Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) criteria in the investment selection process.
Generali Investments: a renewed strategy for GIS Sustainable World Equity, investing in global equity through an ESG lens
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Milan – Generali Investments announces the change of investment strategy and denomination of GIS Global Equity sub-fund, since October 1st, 2020 renamed Generali Investments Sicav (GIS) Sustainable World Equity to reflect a superior integration of Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) criteria in the investment selection process.
The new investment approach will combine a rigorous ESG analysis with the consolidated expertise of the management team in identifying companies that are, according to the opinion of the investment manager, recognized leaders in their respective industries with solid fundamentals, such as profitability and sustainable level of financial leverage.

Generali Investments: a renewed strategy for GIS Sustainable World Equity, investing in global equity through an ESG lens

Andrea Scotti 

 

Fund Manager of GIS Sustainable World Equity

Generali Investments: a renewed strategy for GIS Sustainable World Equity, investing in global equity through an ESG lens
November 3rd, 2020

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