Schroders Capital has been chosen to manage a €100m portfolio composed of impact-focused investments in private equity, sustainable infrastructure, and climate insurance, for German insurance carrier Barmenia.
Under the arrangement, Schroders Capital establishes a multi-private asset portfolio for Barmenia classified as Article 9 under the European Union’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR).
Schroders Capital explains that both the sustainability and impact objectives will be key across the entire portfolio and be reinforced by investments into two funds that will be managed by pioneer in impact investing, BlueOrchard, which is part of the Schroders Group.
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