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Finding alpha: Church Commissioners outperform

The £9.2 billion portfolio managed for the Church Commissioners for England has returned 9.7 per cent over 10 years through a focus on sustainability and a willingness to try things early, such as forestry and venture capital. Amanda White spoke to CIO Tom Joy about where the fund looks for alpha and the need for a non-traditional allocation.
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The net-zero challenge

As more asset owners and managers commit to net-zero strategies, Roger Urwin outlines the challenges for investors including these additional tasks adding to the already stretched asset owner governance budgets.
PaperSustainability in Practice - September 2021

The Big Book of Climate Investing

To better inform investors and the wider public about the investing implications of global warming, Robeco launched a climate hub to cover all its major aspects. In five sections, we focused on the Urgency of facing climate change, the Challenges that it presents, the Responsibility we have to tackle it, the Opportunities it also brings, and the Solutions that are available.
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Church of Sweden manages concentration risk

The SEK10 billion Church of Sweden fund invests all its assets through a sustainability lens. It’s had stellar performance driven largely by a chunk of the fund invested in the Generation Investment Management global equity fund, an investment that was diluted last year to manage concentration risk. Amanda White spoke to CIO, Anders Thorendal.