M&G Positive Impact Fund

M&G Positive Impact Fund

Impact investing is…

...investing in companies that have the explicit aim of addressing a range of societal and environmental issues the world is facing, while giving equal importance to healthy, long-term financial returns.

Our focus

We focus on six impact areas — three environmental and three social — in conjunction with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. We invest in companies making a material, measurable, positive contribution towards these goals.

Our investment journey begins with…

…a global list of 4,000 companies which is first screened for our specific ‘investibility’ market criteria, as well as screening out companies in breach of the UN Global Compact Principles on; human rights, labour, the environment and corruption, as well as other areas like the production of tobacco and weapons. To find out more about the M&G Positive Impact Fund, take a look at our fund overview.

4,000 companies

Our investible universe:
150 companies

Our portfolio:
25 - 35 companies

Find out more about the M&G Positive Impact Fund, choose a sustainable fund or view our full range of funds.

Take a look at some of the companies we have invested in, providing solutions for many of the planet's greatest challenges.

Just choose the cause that matters most to you.

Our impact areas

Better health, saving lives
Better work and education
Social interaction
Climate action
Environmental solutions
Circular economy

What are the risks?

Like any investment, you should carefully consider if the M&G Positive Impact Fund fits with your personal aims and objectives before investing. Importantly, you should also check that the profile of the fund matches your own investment timeframe and appetite for risk and reward. Find out more about the risks you need to consider before investing in our fund overview.

The value of any fund's assets will go down as well as up. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested.