SRI Range


Our Sustainability Record

2003: ABN AMRO Investment Solutions launches its first directly managed sustainable fund
 
2006: ABN AMRO Investment Solutions includes external sustainable funds in its recommended list 
 
2012: ABN AMRO Euro Sustainable Money Market becomes a sustainable fund
2012: ABN AMRO signs the UNPRI [1]
 
2013: ABN AMRO Investment Solutions launches ABN AMRO Global Sustainable Equities: the first sustainable delegated portfolio management strategy
 
2014: ABN AMRO Investment Solutions starts using sustainable indicators to choose its delegated external strategies 
2014: ABN AMRO Investment Solutions' directly managed Profiled Funds become sustainable
 
2017: ABN AMRO Investment Solutions selects two sustainable strategies to be part of its exclusivities platform: 
          - ABN AMRO Parnassus US Sustainable Equities
          - ABN AMRO EdenTree European Sustainable Equities
2017: ABN AMRO Investments Solutions publishes its first mandatory Energy transition and green growth Act: the LTECV report [2] 
2017: ABN AMRO Group commits to its 2020 sustainable investment targets [3] 
 
2018: In addition to the already existing exclusions of companies involved in controversial weapons [4], ABN AMRO Investment solutions decides to exclude companies involved in the production of tobacco [5] and companies breaching the UN Global Compact Principles [6]
2018: ABN AMRO Investment solutions selects two new sustainable strategies to be part of its exclusivities platform: 
         - ABN AMRO Dana US Sustainable Equities
         - ABN AMRO Liontrust European Equities
2018: ABN AMRO Investment Solutions delegates its directly managed sustainable (and other) funds [7] to Candriam as part of its strategy to focus on open architecture solutions  
 
Horizon 2020: ABN AMRO Investment Solutions plans to add several sustainable strategies to its exclusivities platform
 
[1] ABN AMRO was also a PRI signatory between 2006 and 2009. For more information about UNPRI, please visit their website
[2] For more information about our LTECV report,  please check the Regulatory Information section in the footer of this website
[3] ABN AMRO's 2020 sustainable target was to grow sustainable assets under management from EUR 8 billion in 2017 to EUR 16 billion in 2020. This target has been met in 2019. 
[4] The document with publicly-listed companies involved in controversial weapons, excluded by ABN AMRO, can be found here.
[5] The companies concerned are: companies deriving more than 10% of their revenues from tobacco production
[6] For more information about UN Global Compact please visit their website
[7] The sustainable funds concerned are the Money Market Fund and the Profiled Funds 

Our Sustainable Offering

Our delegated SRI fund range, therefore, covers all the main asset classes. A total of 11 open-ended funds are managed in line with our SRI principles. In total our SRI fund range represents an AUM amount of € 1,956 million as of end of December 2019*.

The fund's transparency codes are available on demand: please contact aais.contact@fr.abnamro.com
 
* This amount includes a dedicated fund of € 7.3 million, which is not incorporated in the table below 

List of funds integrating ESG/SRI criteria


Commercial classification Funds

Amount (€ mln)

Money Market ABN AMRO Sustainable Money Market 69,4 
Bonds ABN AMRO Euro Sustainable Bonds 8,2
Diversified ABN AMRO Sustainable Profile fund 2 28,3
ABN AMRO Sustainable Profile fund 4 68,9
ABN AMRO Sustainable Profile fund 5 17,0
Equities ABN AMRO Global Sustainable Equities 452,2
ABN AMRO Liontrust European Sustainable Equities 144,4
ABN AMRO Dana US Sustainable Equities 145,5
ABN AMRO Candriam European Sustainable Equities 147,6
ABN AMRO EdenTree European Sustainable Equities 282,2

ABN AMRO Parnassus US Sustainable Equities 584,9