In a world where investment choices resonate far beyond financial returns, we proudly present the 2022 Impact Report of our Addenda Impact Fixed Income Pooled Fund.
Company engagement and proxy voting are some of the tools we use to understand the challenges and opportunities of the companies whose securities we own on behalf of clients.
This year has laid bare that the climate transition is not going to be easy, but also that we are running out of time. However, there are glimmers of hope, with certain key programs and policies coming online despite the gloom and haze.
Achieving net-zero by 2050 in Canada will require annual investments of $125 to $140 billion.
Biodiversity is now among the top three areas of interest for Canadian institutional investors, along with climate change and diversity, equity, and inclusion issues.
Faced with a complex geopolitical and economic environment, it is crucial to address climate risks and support the transition to a more sustainable economy. At Addenda, we are committed to mitigating climate risks by investing responsibly to help our clients and shape a better world.
According to a recent survey, more and more asset owners are implementing sustainable investing within their strategies. In the meantime, investment firms have stepped up their efforts in finding ways to meet financial needs. Come take a look at what Addenda Capital has developed in terms of sustainable solutions.
Addenda Capital is pleased to announce the creation of a fund inspired by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, expanding our suite of sustainable solutions.
Key aspects of sustainable investing — what it is and what constitutes credible practices — have found themselves in the spotlight this year. Read why we consider this long-expected scrutiny part of a natural process that leads to a more mature phase, one of increased standardization and transparency.
Addenda Capital is proud to unveil its 2021 report based on recommendations from the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). This report documents our approach in managing climate-related risks and opportunities.