Innovative ESG fund from Trium Capital
The Trium ESG Emissions Impact fund will seek out companies making an environment-friendly energy transition
Trium Capital, the alternative asset manager based in London, is launching an innovative ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) fund that will invest in European companies in the energy, materials, utilities and industrial sectors.
The investment rationale: Find companies that are currently viewed as environmental-unfriendly, but could make a successful energy transition over the long term by lowering their emissions.
Environment-friendly alternative investment fund
These long-term bets are targeting returns of 8% annually and low market volatility because the fund is equity market neutral.
The fund will be run by Joe Mares, who previously managed a global energy and resources long/short equity book at Societe Generale.
In Mare’s words the fund’s philosophy is to invest in companies that are environmentally a “part of the problem, but have the ability to become a part of the solution.”
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