Positive screening: The manager of the funds takes sustainability issues into account. Sustainability issues are taken into account in the context of corporate economic analyses and investment decisions and play a part in determining which companies are selected for inclusion in the fund.
Negative screening: The funds do not invest in companies that are involved in certain products and services.
The funds avoid investing in companies involved in violations of international norms and conventions (at least the UN Global Compact and OECD guidelines for multinational companies) in relation to the environment, human rights, labour practices, and business ethics. The fund do not invest in companies identified as failing to comply with international norms.
The fund manager influences: The fund manager exercises its investor influence to influence companies on sustainability issues.