Cazenove Capital wins sustainable finance leadership award from Jersey Finance
The "Leadership in Sustainable Finance - Investment Management" award recognises our efforts to advance sustainable practices in our industry, while delivering strong returns for clients.
We’re thrilled to have jointly won the "Leadership in Sustainable Finance - Investment Management" award in Jersey Finance’s highly-esteemed 2023 Sustainable Finance Awards.
All the awards recognise and celebrate innovation and excellence in Jersey's financial ecosystem. This particular one acknowledges industry leadership and commitment to advancing sustainable practices in wealth management.
“We’re proud to be joint winners of this prestigious award,” says Emilie Shaw, Sustainable Solutions Lead at Cazenove Capital. “Our sustainable investment strategies are designed to deliver returns and positive impact, by avoiding harm and allocating to solutions. We have been delighted to see a rapidly growing number of clients looking to invest in this way.” she adds.
We believe those companies that can adapt and thrive in a climate of rapid social and environmental change will be more successful long term. Careful consideration of material ESG issues helps to inform our investment decisions to identify opportunities and minimise risks. This enables clients to invest in line with their values without sacrificing returns.
Euan Dangerfield, a Portfolio Director based in Jersey, received the award on behalf of Cazenove Capital. He said: “We’re delighted to have won this award. For us, the journey has largely been about education and our role has been to help clients understand how investing in a sustainable way makes for a better future.”
Paul Battams, a Jersey-based Portfolio Director, said: “We focused on education in our submission which reflects our collective efforts to promote sustainability within our business and to our clients and prospects, so this is a good validation that we are getting the message out.”
The winners were selected by a panel of judges including Andrew Mitchell, Founder and CEO of Equilibrium Futures; Simon Boas, Executive Director of Jersey Overseas Aid; and Amy Blackwell, Founder of Amy Blackwell Advisory.
Find out more about our sustainable investment practices here.
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