Seven Franklin Templeton Funds Receive CEI Namma’s Ethics Certification

Seven Franklin Templeton Funds Receive CEI Namma's Ethics Certification

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Seven funds Franklin Templeton Receives CEI Nummus Ethics Certification from Luxembourg, Irish Offer Series, Guidelines issued by the Italian Episcopal Conference on 24 February 2020 For investment in accordance with ethical principles.

Evaluation of portfolios and certification of investments Money See Encyclopedia Praised The role of finance in the transition to a sustainable economic model based on the protection of the environment, the conservation of natural resources and the development of a circular economy is emerging, Pope Francis said.

The seven funds are:

  • Franklin Liberty Euro Green Bond UCITS ETF
  • FTIF – Templeton Global Climate Change Fund
  • FTIF – Templeton Emerging Markets Fund
  • FTIF – Templeton Emerging Markets Sustainability Fund
  • FTIF – Franklin European Total Return Fund
  • Leg Mason Clearbridge US Equity Sustainability Leaders Fund
  • Leg Mason Martin Curry European Uncontrolled Fund

“We are just happy to have Nummus certified,” he said David San, Head of European Fixed Earnings D Franklin Templeton e Portfolio Manager D Franklin Liberty Euro Green Bond UCITS ETF – Franklin Liberty Euro Green Bond UCITS ETF is already on our list of products that meet the requirements of Article 9 of the European Union Sustainable Financial Disclosure Regulation (SFDR). The Fund uses a broad Bond Credit Research Platform, which not only has a good basic credit profile, but also applies a “green filter” to limit the investment world for companies with a greener green or environmental strategy. Bonds are subject to an internal evaluation to ensure that the issuing body is actually deployed with a low carbon future; That is, the company’s broader strategy should show an appropriate strategic direction that is not compatible with the green bond scheme. With regard to non-green label bonds, each of them must pass a rigorous internal evaluation centered on three sides: 1.) genuine strategic alignment with low carbon emissions; 2.) Good environmental work history to date; And 3.) Appropriate governance structure to support the implementation of green strategies or projects.

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“We are more focused on making responsible investments that benefit companies, the community and the environment, and the recent pandemic has strengthened this trend,” he says. Michelle Quinto, Country Head Italy at Franklin Templeton – The certification to comply with the investment guidelines of the Italian Episcopal Conference, which won seven Franklin Templeton funds, will make interesting products for investors seeking financial returns that meet the ethical standards of social and environmental responsibility.

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