Global Sustainable Equity Service
Partner, Equity Research
WHAT IS IT?
Launched in 2020 our Global Sustainable Equity Service is a managed service that invests only into businesses that are making a positive impact on sustainability and therefore are not only creating a more sustainable future, but should also benefit from secular growth above the overall global economy over the medium to long-term.
Focusing on three core areas of sustainability, Environment, Health and Empowerment- this directly invested, actively managed service will aim to achieve long-term returns greater than the broader equity market by investing into global mid-cap stocks.
WHY KILLIK & CO?
As an independently-owned investment house with a proprietary Equity Research team, we are free to develop investment ideas and strategies internally whilst avoiding any conflicts of interest. We believe in-depth, proprietary research that focuses on longer-term trends is crucial, and that an actively managed, direct equity approach is best for our clients.
We make our own judgments to ensure companies meet our sustainability criteria. This means our decisions are not based on scores or ratings from third-party research providers.
WHO IS IT RIGHT FOR?
Our Global Sustainable Equity service is suitable for people who are looking to achieve long-term returns by investing in listed companies that are making both a positive impact on sustainability, and helping to change the world for the better.
Managed by our Head of Equity Research, Nicolas Ziegelasch, and drawing on the expertise of our team of in-house Analysts, the Global Sustainable Equity Service is an Impact Investing service that aims to achieve long-term returns.
Download the Sustainable Global Equity Service overview to learn more.
Risks to be aware of
As is the very nature of investing, the value of your investments will rise and fall overtime. Further, whilst we devote our time to sourcing the very best investments to meet your objectives, please do not assume that past performance will repeat itself and you must be comfortable in the knowledge that you may
receive back less than you originally invested. This service will include exposure to equity securities that are not denominated in sterling, leading to fluctuations in the portfolio value due to exchange rate movements. Investing in mid cap shares may carry a higher degree of risk than investing in the shares of large cap companies, such as those in the FTSE 100 Index.