Cushon names Wellington and LOIM for impact strategy

Managers will seek to focus on climate and social impact investments

James Phillips
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Trustee chair Roger Mattingly

Cushon Master Trust has partnered with Wellington Management and Lombard Odier Investment Managers (LOIM) for a green impact investment strategy set to launch early this year.

The two asset managers will manage listed bonds in the strategy with a focus on the "most promising" companies in terms of a transition to a net-zero future while delivering safer long-term returns...

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