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Sustainable Universal MAP Range Impact Report
In 2020, we engaged with 107 companies held in the funds and voted at 90 meetings. Key topics included engagement on labour standards, corporate governance and climate change.
- Across the Sustainable MAP range, the top SDGs we aligned to were:
- SDG 3 – Good Health and Well-being. Of the activity across the range which linked to SDG 3, the majority aligned with target 3.8 which calls for universal access to medicines and health-care
- SDG 8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth. In particular, target 8.2 which focuses on boosting economic productivity through technological upgrading and innovation and; target 8.10 which aims for universal access to financial services
- Engaged with a number of companies held in the funds including Smurfit Kappa and National Grid linking to SDG 13 – Climate Action. Worked with GlaxoSmithKline on its approach to executive remuneration
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