FUNDS - JSS Sustainable Portfolio - Balanced (EUR) (former Sarasin OekoSar Portfolio A)
Last update on: 20/06/2017

Fundname
JSS Sustainable Portfolio - Balanced (EUR) (former Sarasin OekoSar Portfolio A)

Investment Trusts
JSS Investmentfonds SICAV
Emittent
Sarasin Investmentfonds SICAV
Asset Manager
Bank J. Safra Sarasin Ltd

Fund data (Balanced Fund)

   
Fund size

(as of 31/05/2017)

229.44 mil. EUR
Share class size

(as of 31/05/2017)

223.31 mil. EUR
ISIN LU0058892943
Fund price (as of 20/06/2017)
Offer 198.36 EUR
Bid n.s.

Growth (as of 20/06/2017) *

   
10 Years 32.00 %
5 Years 27.76 %
3 Years 8.87 %
1 Year 6.49 %
Current year 2.10 %
Benchmark Kundenspezifisch / customized

* in Euro (€)

Master data of Funds
ISINLU0058892943
Launch date 16/02/1994
Available in CH, LI, DE, AT, IT, FR, LU, GB, IR, NL, BE, ES, SE, DK, SG
Fund type Balanced Fund
Kind of fund Sustainability and ethical funds / Sustainability-/ Ethical fund
Aim of investment The investment objective of fund consists of a long-term capital growth through a balanced risk diversification. Investment primarily in equities on a global basis and in CHF, EUR or other currency-denominated fixed income securities. The fund is suitable for investors with an investment horizon of at least 5 years.
Investment strategy The fund invests globally in a broadly diversified stock and fixed and floating rate securities in companies and organizations which take account of environmental, social and governance aspects and thus contribute to a sustainable economy.
Investment process Shares are selected mainly on the basis of company-specific considerations focusing on small and medium-sized enterprises. Country allocation is of secondary importance. The theme of sustainability is taken into account within the overall investment process (the industry analysis till to portfolio construction). Only companies which belong to the sustainable investment universe due to their ESG performance, eligible for investment in question. The overall rating of a company (and thus the classification in the Sarasin Sustainability matrix) is composed of this enterprise valuation and an assessment of them carried out independently of the industry.
At national level: The country rating assessed individual States with regard to their possibilities and opportunities in the fields of environment, social and governance. It is taken into account both the availability of resources, as well as their effective use. The data and results used to analyze on the basis of proprietary Sarasin Sustainability - Matrix. The sustainability sovereign rating represents an important addition to the traditional credit ratings.
Positive criteria Safra used numerous environmental, social and governance ( ESG ) Criteria for the analysis of individual companies;

In the area of environmental e.g:
Climate change
Environmental capital
Pollution and waste
opportunities in the environmental sector;

On social e.g.:
Human capital
Product Liability
Resistance of interest
Opportunities in the social field;

In the area of governance e.g.:
Corporate Governance ( Board of Directors , remuneration , ownership )
Corporate behavior;

These so-called key criteria differ in selection and weighting per industry.;

At national level: The country rating assessed individual States with regard to their possibilities and opportunities in the fields of environment, social and governance; It is taken into account both the availability of resources, as well as their effective use; The data and results used to analyze on the basis of proprietary Sarasin Sustainability - Matrix; The sustainability sovereign rating represents an important addition to the traditional credit ratings.
Negative criteria for stocks and corporate bonds Governance:
- corruption and bribery*
- violations of the UN Global Compact

Ethical and Social:
- alcohol/spirits*
- nuclear weapons
- exploitative child labour
- banned weapons
- child labour
- weapons of mass destruction (ABC/CBRN)
- pornography
- cluster bombs and anti-personnel mines
- tobacco products
- therapeutic cloning
- violations of human rights*
- violations of the ILO protocol
- weapons/armaments

Environment:
- genetic engineering in agriculture
- genetic engineering (agriculture)
- nuclear power
- nuclear energy (operation or component manufacture)

Other:
- environmentally harmful conduct*

Negative criteria for government bonds Ethical and Social:
- child labour (countries)*
- death penalty*
- dependent countries, according to Freedom House*
- violations of human rights (countries)*
- violations of employment law*
- violations of Non-Proliferation Treaty of Nuclear Weapons (countries)*
- violations of non-proliferation treaties of non-nuclear weapons (countries)*

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

Other:
- high military budget*
- nuclear energy by share of gross energy production*
- corruption*

Research done by Bank J. Safra Sarasin Ltd
 

This fund profile is aligned with the fund company.

 

 

*no exclusion but part of the analysis

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