Carmignac

Carmignac receives the ‘Label ISR’ for five additional funds

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Carmignac is pleased to announce the accreditation of Carmignac Investissement, Carmignac Portfolio Investissement, Carmignac China New Economy, Carmignac Portfolio China New Economy and Carmignac Portfolio Flexible Bond, bringing the number of labelled funds to thirteen, totalling more than €10 billion of assets under management1.

We are honoured to receive once again this Label, which is not only a landmark but also a sign of confidence for investors seeking sustainable investments

- Sandra Crowl, Stewardship Director at Carmignac

A few words on the labelled funds

  • Carmignac
    ‘Investissement’ strategy


    The Funds invest in shares of companies across the globe that benefit from long-term secular trends following a socially responsible investment approach (classified under Article 8 according to SFDR).

  • Carmignac
    ‘China New Economy’ strategy

    The Funds invest mainly, but not exclusively, in sustainable growth themes within China’s New Economy following a socially responsible investment approach (classified under Article 8 according to SFDR).

  • Carmignac
    ‘Flexible Bond’ strategy


    The Fund deploys a flexible allocation across international fixed income markets while hedging currency risk following a socially responsible investment approach (classified under Article 8 according to SFDR).

Find out more about our Funds’ responsible investment approach:

Visit the ‘Responsible Investment’ page

The French "Socially Responsible Investment (SRI)" label (Label ISR) was created in 2016 by the French Ministry of Economy and Finance. It is accredited upon a strict audit run by an independent body (AFNOR or Ernst & Young). For more information, please visit www.lelabelisr.fr. The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) 2019/2088 is a European regulation that requires asset managers to classify their funds as either 'Article 8' funds, which promote environmental and social characteristics, 'Article 9' funds, which make sustainable investments with measurable objectives, or 'Article 6' funds, which do not necessarily have a sustainability objective. For more information please refer to https://eur-lex.europa.eu/eli/reg/2019/2088/oj.

1Source: Carmignac, 31/08/2021.