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Tackling climate change with a multi-asset approach

Demand for sustainable investment solutions has been increasing year on year, and with COP26 having recently taken place in Glasgow, interest in climate solutions has never been higher. Daniel Bowie-MacDonald, Multi-Asset Investment Specialist at abrdn, will provide an introduction to the Multi-Asset Climate Solutions (MACS) Fund and discuss how advisors and wealth managers can incorporate a multi asset approach to climate solutions into their centralised investment proposition. A large proportion of sustainable funds launched in recent years are equity-only, and while this approach may be suitable for clients who are comfortable with taking high levels of risk, a multi-asset approach can provide a more flexible lower risk alternative by investing across a range of asset classes optimised to provide a high level of exposure to climate solutions companies.

The value of investments will fluctuate, which will cause fund prices to fall as well as rise and investors may not get back the original amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to future performance.


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Learning outcomes




Explain how you can take a multi-asset approach to investing in the Climate theme, including what elements of fixed income and real assets that we can get exposure to.




Gain a better understanding of our investment process, specifically our inclusion and exclusion criteria and its impact on the portfolio. 






Provide an overview of what advisors need to consider when investing in climate, including a consideration of the regulatory environment. 



Fund information

Click here to access more information on abrdn's Multi-Asset Climate Solution Fund. 



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