This week, host Lachlan Maddock chats with AXA IM, Rosenberg Equities’ Jonathan White about the new frontiers of ESG and how active managers can drive change at the highest levels of global finance.
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Key Risk Factors - AXA IM Sustainable Equity
Company specific risk: There may be instances where a company will fall in price (or rise in price) because of company specific factors (for example, where a company’s major product is subject to a product recall).
Highly volatile markets: The prices of financial instruments in which the strategy may be invested can be highly volatile.
Market risk: Changes in legal and economic policy, political events, technology failure, economic cycles, investor sentiment and social climate can all directly or indirectly create an environment that may influence (negatively or positively) the value of your investment in the strategy. In addition, a downward move in the general level of the financial markets can have a negative influence on the strategy.
Please note all investments carry risks. Including but not limited to systematic investing risk, emerging markets risks, investment selection risk, currency management risk, fund risk, parent company discretion risk, depositary receipts risk, liquidity risk, operations risk, legal risk and borrowing risk.