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Assets Under Management (AUM): $0M (in US$ millions)

Required Minimum: $25 million

Benchmark used: MSCI World ex USA

Strategy type: International/Global

Strategy description: The Walden International Equity strategy seeks long-term capital growth through an actively managed portfolio of equities of international companies. The investment process focuses on security selection and portfolio construction. Drawing from a universe of international developed markets, Walden will invest in a diversified set of companies that are viewed as higher quality and meet Walden’s environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) and portfolio construction guidelines.

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Institution Name:
Walden Asset Management

Approach to Sustainable & Responsible Investment: Since 1975, Walden Asset Management has specialized in managing portfolios for institutional and individual clients with a dual investment mandate: competitive financial returns and positive social and environmental impact. Walden is an industry leader in integrating ESG analysis into investment decision-making and company engagement to strengthen ESG performance, transparency and accountability. Walden is a division of Boston Trust & Investment Management Company, a PRI signatory.

Total AUM in SRI: $$2593M (in US$ millions)

Research conducted: Internally

Researcher name: Walden staff

Contact info:
1 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108
United States
Phone: 6177267257
Email: llane@bostontrust.com
Web: http://www.waldenassetmgmt.com (Opens in a new window)

 

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