FUNDS - EB - Sustainable Multi Asset Invest UI (former EKK)
Last update on: 28/03/2017

Fundname
EB - Sustainable Multi Asset Invest UI (former EKK)

Investment Trusts
Universal-Investment GmbH
Asset Manager
Evangelische Bank eG

Fund data (Balanced Fund)

   
Fund size

(as of 28/02/2017)

112.12 mil. EUR
Share class size

(as of 28/02/2017)

112.12 mil. EUR
ISIN DE000A1JUU95
Fund price (as of 28/03/2017)
Offer 111.20 EUR
Bid 111.20 EUR

Growth (as of 28/03/2017) *

   
10 Years n.s.
5 Years n.s.
3 Years 8.07 %
1 Year 4.56 %
Current year 0.97 %
Benchmark none

* in Euro (€)

Master data of Funds
ISINDE000A1JUU95
Launch date 29/05/2012
Available in DE
Fund type Balanced Fund
Kind of fund Sustainability and ethical funds / Sustainability-/ Ethical fund
Aim of investment The investment objective of the Fund is to achieve a long term and risk-adjusted capital growth, under constant consideration of sustainability aspects. This objective of the Fund will be reached by investing in many different asset classes in order to take advantage of diversification effects. By this wide investment universe a broad risk diversification is ensured.
Investment strategy The investment strategy of the fund is characterized by the strongest possible diversification and an integrated approach of sustainability. Therefore, the fund invests in a variety of asset classes with constant attention on ecological and socio-ethical standards. Possible asset classes are government-, corporate- and covered-bonds as well as convertibles, gold, real estate, infrastructure investments (e.g. renewable energy) and Investment Funds with a target-return-strategy.
Investment process The weighting of each asset class is based on a "top-down" approach, i.e. before individual investments or companies are analyzed, initially macroeconomic data and the particular industry environment are considered. So the assets are selected from an economic viewpoint and tested on sustainability issues in the fields of social, environment and governance. During the realization of the sustainability approach we make use of the research from a recognized external service provider. In the terms of the strict sustainability criteria, a best-in-class approach is pursued. Therefore, all assets are transferred into a ranking, which is based on individual weighted criteria. Thereby a valid identification of the best assets is guaranteed. In addition to the best-in-class approach we consider exclusion criteria in our investment process. These exclusion criteria refer to single companies, the countries where the companies are located, as well as to the respective countries in which to invest.
Positive criteria n.s.
Negative criteria for stocks and corporate bonds Ethical and Social:
- alcohol
- gambling
- child labour
- pornography
- tobacco
- weapons/armaments

Other:
- environmentally harmful activities/products

Negative criteria for government bonds Ethical and Social:
- discrimination against minorities
- child labour (countries)
- death penalty
- dependent countries, according to Freedom House
- violations of human rights (countries)
- violations of democratic and political basic rights

Environment:
- non-ratification of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity
- non-ratification of the Kyoto Protocol

Other:
- corruption

Research done by imug/EIRIS, for other research we using external, for instance SAM Sustainable Asset Management
 

This fund profile is aligned with the fund company.

 

 

*no exclusion but part of the analysis

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