Brown Advisory Launches Sustainable Strategy Focusing on Companies Outside US
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Brown Advisory, a private investment and strategic advisory firm, recently announced the launch of a Sustainable International Leaders strategy, predominantly focusing on leading companies outside the US with "sound ESG practices".
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According to the company, the strategy will choose companies that outperform and have stringent ESG risk management practices.
Priyanka Agnihotri, who acts as a sole portfolio manager on the strategy, said: "Like all our strategies, it will be managed through a long-term lens and provide exposure to high-quality, sustainable businesses outside of the US. I view a company's ESG risk management and sustainable business advantages as a material component of its ability to compound returns while generating environmental and social impact."
The strategy will be available to US investors as mutual funds and other international clients through a separate account and investors with existing exposure to US equities.
It will invest in 20 to 35 companies in developing and developed markets, ruling the US out, with a market cap of above $2bn.
The fund will follow Mick Dillon and Bertie Thomson's investing philosophy in the firm's Global Leaders Equity strategy.