HSBC Asset Management has launched the HSBC GIF Global Equity Sustainable Healthcare Fund.
HSBC GAM says the fund, which is aligned with UN SDG Goal 3, Good Health & Wellbeing will be fully ESG integrated and invest in a range of 35-40 companies with a bias towards mid-caps, long-term engagement, low turnover and active management interactions. It will be made available to HSBC’s wealth clients across its private bank and wealth and personal banking segments, in addition to targeting both wholesale and institutional investors with a particular focus on high-net-worth individuals, family offices and private banks.
The fund will be co-managed by Dr. Nathalie Flury and Dr. Michael Schröter, Co-Heads of Sustainable Healthcare Equity.
Dr. Nathalie Flury and Dr. Michael Schröter, said: “The current healthcare model is not sustainable and patient outcomes are being negatively impacted alongside the industry and investors. This fund aims to address this inequality and invest in companies that are offering different approaches through new treatment options, technology and innovative business models.”