Seb Beloe, Head of Research at WHEB, writes about why we believe engagement with the companies we invest in is not only an opportunity but also a responsibility. The article appears in New Model Adviser.
The FP WHEB Sustainability Fund is Edmond Schaff’s fund pick in this Citywire Selector article on top sustainable fund calls. Edmond is a portfolio manager at Sanso Investment Solutions, based in Paris.
As the winner of the Impact Champion award in the asset manager category at the inaugural SIA Impact Investment Awards, WHEB features in this New Model Adviser article.
Damien Lardoux of EQ Investors describes WHEB as leading the way when it comes to impact reporting in this FT Adviser article.
Citywire Wealth Manager’s article on whether Apple is an ethical investment or not highlights the key differences between ESG and impact investing. Seb Beloe, Head of research at WHEB, is quoted extensively. It begs the question, just what is the point of ESG? WHEB is keen to help educate on the differences as the sector evolves. Take a look at a previous article Seb has written on this topic.
Are robots and industrial automation good for the environment? WHEB’s Seb Beloe discusses this and more in Good with Money’s Smug Money podcast with Rebecca O’Connor and Luke Sussams, a sustainability analyst at Kepler Chevreux.
Seb Beloe, head of research at WHEB, discusses investing for good in this new podcast series, Brand New Thinking. Hosted by KKS Advisors’ Sophie Lawrence and Sean Davey from Pollitt & Partners, Seb was joined by Whitni Thomas of Triodos, Bruce Davis from Abundance and ShareAction’s Lauren Peacock.
There is an increasing debate over whether the FAANGs are responsible investments. Seb Beloe, head of research at WHEB, gives his view in this article by 3D Investing’s John Fleetwood.
Will the sustainable investing sector be able to solve the world’s problems alone? WHEB’s fund manager Ted Franks’s gives his view in this article, which also discusses the danger of declining ESG quality as investors claim compliance. To read the article, a subscription is needed.
Can listed assets really be called impact investments is a question we often have to answer. It is true that direct investments have a clear advantage in being able to highlight additionality and represent intentionality. However, at WHEB we firmly believe that investing in public companies can still have a positive impact on the environment and society. John Treadgold, an Australian journalist who specialises in impact investing, sustainability and ESG, and WHEB’s fund manager Ted Franks, discuss this issue plus much more in this thoughtful interview.