Schroders joins GIIN

Schroders has joined the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN), adding to the 350 global members that are seeking to increase the scale and effectiveness of impact investing.

Schroders announced the majority-stake acquisition of BlueOrchard in 2019, a GIIN member, and has now followed its acquisition in becoming a full member.

Schroders’ group chief executive, Peter Harrison, commented: “We’ve always been a purpose-driven organisation and our focus on impact investment aims to deliver strong financial returns, through our emphasis on the impact of our investments on people and the planet. Our clients increasingly recognise the tightening relationship between social impacts and financial returns and becoming a member of GIIN will support our journey towards being a global leader in this space.”

Schroders announced earlier this year that it had successfully integrated Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance factors into its decision-making across all investments.

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