Blue and Green Tomorrow writes: Companies have AGMs allowing management teams to update shareholders on performance and forecasts. Less common are fund investor conferences. WHEB’s well attended and informative conference on Thursday will hopefully encourage others to engage with fund investors more proactively.
SRI Services writes: Serial ‘sustainability’ innovators WHEB have this week published a report that sets out the ‘impacts’ of where they invest, setting out with numbers and explanations the wider effects of their investment decisions.
Coverage of WHEB Group’s first public impact report from Asset View, including the finding that the FP WHEB Sustainability Fund has a carbon footprint nearly 70 per cent lower than the MSCI World Index.
Seb Beloe explains how the FP WHEB Sustainability Fund is focused on companies providing solutions to sustainability challenges in this article in Money Observer.
WHEB named as a “real leader” in a recent Financial Times article, which argues that consultants and fund managers need to more to understand the risk of assets becoming stranded in fossil fuel sectors with a consequent loss of value.
Seb Beloe discusses the implications of an ageing population theme for a range of investment opportunities in a recent article in Funds Europe magazine.
Seb Beloe from WHEB Asset Management on why divestment makes sense on both ethical and financial grounds.
Sustainalytics, a leading provider of environmental, social and governance (ESG) research and analysis, has been selected by WHEB to provide a variety of ESG research and data solutions that will be integrated into the firm’s investment decision-making processes.
Ben Goldsmith (WHEB Co-Founder) explains why his childhood love of nature has been so transferable to his adult life in business, as well as commenting on the importance and profitability of SRI Investing
Poor road infrastructure and a shortage of haulage vehicles is holding back the US recovery. However, growth in other modes of transport has proved a profitable play for some investors, explains WHEB’s Edward Franks.