Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG

Elisabethenstraße 62
4002 Basel
Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG
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Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG is one of the largest Swiss private banking groups. Our core business consists of investment advice and asset management for private and institutional clients. Our asset management is based on a sustainable investment philosophy with over 30 years of experience.As a founding signatory of the Principles for Responsible Banking (PRB)1, the Bank is strengthening its efforts to align itself with the Paris Agreement, as well as the UN SustainableDevelopment Goals ( SDGs). The Bank was among the first Swiss financial institutions to initiate reporting on the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)1. In May 2020, the Corporate Sustainability Board published a Climate Pledge for J. Safra Sarasin Asset Management, seeking a carbon neutral outcome by 2035. In September 2020, the Bank was the first Swiss institution to sign the Finance
for Biodiversity Pledge. More information:

JSS Sustainable Equity - Global Climate 2035

ISIN: LU0097427784

The fund provides investors access to an actively managed global equity portfolio that aims to mitigate risks and harness opportunities stemming from the climate transition. The fund provides capital growth to "Green Champions", companies enabling substantial emissions reduction through innovative solutions, and "Climate Pledgers", companies on a temperature trajectory below 2C, in line with the Paris Agreement. The fund aims to outperform the MSCI World Index and targets a tracking error between 3% and 8%.

JSS Sustainable Equity - Green Planet

ISIN: LU0333595436

The fund invests worldwide in equities of companies with revenues from products and services that are contributing to green solutions. The objective is to invest in a portfolio of companies of which the average share of "Green" revenues (as defined in the EU Taxonomy) to total revenues is 30% across the portfolio. These companies may be characterized as by their contribution to improving water, soil and air quality, preserving biodiversity or fighting against climate change. The subfund mainly invests in four areas including ecosystem protection, resource efficiency, new energies and smart mobility.