Carmignac portfolio managers free to stamp own ethical values on funds

Since founding the asset management firm, Edouard Carmignac has kept a strong sense of ethics at Carmignac -- and the company's culture even allows individual portfolio managers to use their personal ethical codes to guide investment. Today, the company publishes UNPRI ratings and carbon emissions data for several funds.

Sandra Crowl, Member of the investment committee at Carmignac

As one of the world's 200 largest asset managers, Carmignac is well aware of the sustainable investing trend commanding ever-increasing media and investor attention.

Its founder, Edouard Carmignac, wanted his firm to adhere to a firm set of values, and for ethical reasons, the company abstains from investing in coal and tobacco.

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