A better place for future generations is everyone’s responsibility.
In 2017, we announced our intention to raise USD 5 billion in client assets over the next five years to help plug funding gaps needed to reach the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). That led us to develop a wide and innovative bench of solutions that align with not just your values, but also your goals. Here are a few ways we can help you do good for everyone.
How much should you invest in doing good?
On average, those who invest according to their values dedicate over a third of their portfolio to sustainable investments.1 But you could do even more. With so many options available today and investors believing that sustainable investing will be mainstream by 2023, you have ample opportunity to invest for good.
If you're unsure about what to do, don't worry, help is at hand. Your UBS advisor can guide you through every step.
How do I get started?
We want to shape the future of sustainable investing. Why? Because we believe these investments can deliver returns with less risk to your money. We are also confident that sustainable investing will soon become the world's most widely accepted way of investing.2, 3
As the world's leading wealth manager,4 we feel responsible for helping change things for the better. We have the capital, solutions and expertise to make a big difference globally.
These aren’t just words. We walk the talk. In 2017, we announced our intention to raise USD 5 billion in client assets over the next five years to help plug funding gaps needed to reach the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). And you’ll always have a team of sustainable investing experts helping you do more for your ﬁnances and the world.
Is your portfolio having the impact you want?
The price and value of investments and income derived from them can go down as well as up. You may not get back the amount originally invested.
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