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Abacus Credit Impact

A sustainable impact bond fund Article 9 SFDR approved

Fonds UK – Dernier reporting

Fonds UK – Titre date lancement – Titre performance

Launch date

Fonds UK – date lancement – Performance

11/10/2023

Fonds, Nos Fonds, Accueil Gestion UK – Titre VL

N.A.V. on 06/11/2024

Fonds UK – VL

€ 1021.80

Niveau de risque

Article 9 SFDR

Committed impact management

SRI strategy

Sustainable bonds aligned with ICMA

Article 9 SFDR and European Taxonomy

Abacus process DNA

Pierre AllemaneFund Manager

• Defensive criteria
• Performance criteria

• Macroeconomic
• Financial analysis
• Meetings with company
management

• In-depth ESG analysis
• Impact and sustainability analysis
• Tracking controversies

• Valuation potential
• Intrinsic risk
• Market risk

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    Management goal

    Abacus Credit Impact is a euro-denominated bond mutual fund that complies with article 9 of the SFDR. The fund’s objective is to invest in bonds with environmental and/or social impacts in terms of sustainability, while seeking performance over the recommended investment period.

    It is composed of issuers from all market capitalisations whose bonds are aligned with or comply with the standards of the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) Green, Social, Sustainable and Sustainability linked bonds. These securities, chosen for their fundamental qualities, are selected through a rigorous and transparent process, Abacus.

    This proprietary methodology enables us to aim for a better risk-adjusted performance.

    Abacus Credit Impact adopts a socially responsible investment (SRI) strategy and a comprehensive extra-financial strategy, with in-depth analysis of ESG risks and impacts, greenhouse gas emissions and scope 1, 2 and 3. The investment strategy is characterised by a significantly committed approach:

    • The “rating improvement” approach in relation to the investable universe – the fund’s rating must be higher than the rating of the investment universe after eliminating at least 20% of the lowest-rated securities, excluded according to the Best in Universe approach.
    • The “selectivity” approach in relation to the investable universe: with the reduction of 20% of the investment universe according to the Best in Universe approach.

    In line with the Fund’s management objective, the management team selects bonds whose profits are dedicated to an additional and intentional social, environmental or sustainability benefit.

    Normative and sectoral exclusions

    ESG analysis based on double materiality

    Positive impact measurement

    Best in Universe

    Analysis of greenhouse gas emissions

    Main characteristics

    The team

    Edwin Faure
    Chief Investiment Officer and Partner
    Pierre Allemane
    Head of Bond Management
    Jana Todorovic
    ESG PhD
    Thomas Richard
    Financial analyst
    Romain Rieul
    Financial Analyst
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