Rockefeller Asset Management has launched a Climate Solutions Fund, offering investors exposure to companies focused on climate change mitigation or adaptation solutions.
The fund invests in companies with meaningful exposure to renewable energy, energy efficiency, water, waste management, pollution control, food and sustainable agriculture, healthcare mitigation and climate support services.
It has $100m in initial assets and will be co-managed by Casey Clark and Rolando Morillo who head up the firm’s thematic equity strategies.
Munich-based asset manager, Golding Capital Partners, has launched an institutional impact fund of funds.
Golding Impact 2021 will focus on European, North American, and emerging market companies that have transformative businesses in areas of green solutions, sustainable agricultural technology, and financial services.
It plans to raise €300m for the fund and is currently classified under Article 8+ of the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation. For the long term, it is aiming for Article 9.
VanEck has launched an actively managed exchange traded fund that will invest in projects that advance sustainability or have positive social, environmental, and economic outcomes.
The fund will invest in a mix of stocks and bonds that have a positive social or environmental impact and will be managed by Jim Colby and Stephanie Wang.
It will sit alongside VanEck’s existing municipal ETF range which currently houses $7bn in assets under management.
Finally, climate solutions investor, Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital, has established a $100m CarbonCount Green Commercial Paper Note Program.
Hannon Armstrong invests in assets that are considered neutral to negative on incremental carbon emissions or have a tangible environmental benefit, such as reducing water consumption.
BofA Securities is acting as the sole dealer and green structuring adviser.