Pictet Asset Management SA

Bahnhofstrasse 32
8001 Zürich
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A focused multi-boutique asset manager

Pictet Asset Management is a specialist asset manager offering investment solutions and services to investors around the world.

Today we manage EUR 220 billion of assets across our range of pioneering and differentiating investment capabilities. We don’t do everything, rather we focus on the areas where we can add value for our clients. Our investment resources are focused around our strategic capabilities: Absolute Return, Thematics, Emerging Markets and Multi Asset.

Our mission is to build lasting partnerships with our clients by exceeding their expectations for investment performance and service. Our clients include some of the world’s largest pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and financial institutions.

We have over 1,000 employees of which over a third are investment professionals. Our people are located in 17 offices across the world, close to the markets in which we invest and the clients we serve. Pictet Asset Managemet is part of the Pictet Group, founded in Geneva in 1805, which also specialises in Wealth Management, Alternative Advisors and Asset Services. Privately owned and managed by seven partners.

Data as of 31 March 2021.

Responsibility is embedded in everything we do.

Responsibility has long been central to our company. We believe we are at the forefront of our industry in incorporating environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues into our investment approaches, actively exercising our rights as investors and engaging with the wider industry. More information is available in our Responsible Investment policy.

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Pictet-European Sustainable Equities

ISIN: LU0144509550 (I EUR), LU2273156013 (I dy EUR), LU0144509717 (P EUR), LU0208609015 (P dy EUR), LU2273156104 (I USD), LU2273155981 (HI USD), LU2273156286 (P USD), LU0144510053 (R EUR)

Pictet-European Sustainable Equities invests in companies with an attractive product-mix in areas such as low carbon energy sources, healthy food and medical equipment. Companies from the so-called junk food or tobacco sectors are avoided. The European companies in our sustainable portfolios are 35-40% less carbon intensive and significantly less exposed to ESG controversies such as bribery and corruption.