Overcoming hurdles to successful integration                                                        Amanda Young          ...
Integration calling ….                         ESGAvoidance           Consideration             Integration            Res...
Catalysts for changeRegulation   Pensions regulation   Stewardship Code   Kay reviewListing rules   South Africa, Hong Kon...
HurdlesExternal           Market   Corporate                  demands   approach      Client     demands                  ...
Integration                              • ESG analysis at different levels         Thematic               of investment p...
Biggest challengeUnderstanding materialityBalancing the long term and short term   Preserving natural resources        VS ...
Recipe for success                                Quality ingredients:                                  Dedicated team    ...
What needs to be done? ASSET OWNERS                           FUND MANAGERS ESG as part of investment principles   Right i...
Important informationPast performance is not a guide to future returns. The value of investments and the income from them ...
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Overcoming Hurdles to Successful Integration - Amanda Young

  1. 1. Overcoming hurdles to successful integration Amanda Young Socially Responsible Investment Officer Newton Investment ManagementFor professional investors only
  2. 2. Integration calling …. ESGAvoidance Consideration Integration Responsible investment timeline1980s 2000 2012
  3. 3. Catalysts for changeRegulation Pensions regulation Stewardship Code Kay reviewListing rules South Africa, Hong Kong, BrazilClient Demand PRI – 265 asset owners, 672 investment managers, 172 profession partners
  4. 4. HurdlesExternal Market Corporate demands approach Client demands Fund managers Research providers Team structure Financial Intangible models valuation Internal
  5. 5. Integration • ESG analysis at different levels Thematic of investment process • Mainstream financial models Sector • Fund management approaches Company • No one-size-fits-all model • Intangible valuation intangible cost • May never have the right modelling methodologies profits valuation
  6. 6. Biggest challengeUnderstanding materialityBalancing the long term and short term Preserving natural resources VS Current levels of hunger and povertyIgnoring ESG risks exposes investors to greater risks lost opportunities
  7. 7. Recipe for success Quality ingredients: Dedicated team Quality of analysts Part of investment process Senior level of support Using your vote ES AND G Evidence through reporting However, the right recipe and the right chef are essential!
  8. 8. What needs to be done? ASSET OWNERS FUND MANAGERS ESG as part of investment principles Right investment structure Provide trustee training Buy-in from the top Question fund managers ES&G at company and portfolio level Recognise box-ticking Reward research providers Regulation RESEARCH PROVIDERS COMPANIES Accurate and up-to-date research SRI as a mainstream investor group Price in intangible assets Drive ESG issues at strategy level Provide useable company ratings Report on financial impacts of ESG Rebuild investor confidence Highlight both risk and opportunity
  9. 9. Important informationPast performance is not a guide to future returns. The value of investments and the income from them can fall as well as rise and investors may not get back the original amount invested. The value of overseas securities will be influenced by fluctuations in exchange rates. If part of the portfolio is invested in sub-investment grade bonds, which typically have a low credit rating and carry a high degree of default risk, then please be aware that this can affect the capital value of your investment. If the portfolio has exposure to hedge funds, gold, private equity and property via publicly quoted transferable securities, then there are additional risks associated with these sectors. The information contained within this document should not be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell a security. It should not be assumed that a security has been - or will be - profitable. There is no assurance that a security will remain in the portfolio.The opinions expressed in this presentation are those of Newton Investment Management and should not be construed as investment advice. In addition the information contained in this presentation should not be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell a security.Newton Investment Management Limited BNY Mellon Fund Managers LimitedBNY Mellon Centre BNY Mellon Centre160 Queen Victoria Street 160 Queen Victoria StreetLondon EC4V 4LA London EC4V 4LATel: 020 7163 9000 Tel: 020 7163 9000Registered in England No. 1371973. Registered in England No. 1998251www.newton.co.ukRegistered office: as above.Both firms are authorised and regulated by the FSA, are members of the IMA and are Bank of New York Mellon Companies SMAlso atNewton Edinburgh Newton LeedsCapital House 1 Whitehall Riverside2 Festival Square LeedsEdinburgh EH3 9SU West Yorkshire LS1 4BN

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