Morphic Asset Management is launching the Morphic Ethical Equities Fund Limited (MEC), a new ethically screened global equity LIC.
Morphic combines ethical screens with an investment strategy focusses on growing wealth over the long-term by generating returns in excess of the benchmark over a full investment cycle, at below market levels of risk, according to the fund manager. Morphic’s key players have a long history of ethical investment, with co-founder and Managing Director Jack Lowenstein having previously worked for Hunter Hall from 1997 to 2011.
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