Fully active, risk targeted sustainable multi-asset range

At only 0.39% OCF capped

Columbia Threadneedle Sustainable Universal MAP range is redefining value

The CT Sustainable Universal MAP Range consists of sustainability-orientated active multi-asset funds that are ideal for the growing number of individuals that, alongside meeting their financial goals, want to make a positive impact on the world through their investment decisions.

For over 35 years, CT has been innovating and building a growing range of ESG orientated and client focused solutions.

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Measurable impact and universal benefits for your clients


A sustainable focus that utilises CT’s award winning Responsible Investment expertise

Fully Active

Active asset allocation, security selection and risk management. By investing actively, we aim to generate returns and manage risk beyond those implementing a passive approach

Low Cost

Ground-breaking capped OCF of 0.39% for a fully active sustainable solution

Risk Targeted

5 risk-controlled portfolio options from defensive to adventurous, mapped to leading risk providers

Product Suitability

The SUMAP range is aligned to all key regulatory initiatives, making it ideal for your Centralised Investment Proposition (CIP)

Measurable Impact

Market leading reporting that gives you transparency on the real impact of your investment choices across key sustainability metrics

Capital is at risk. The value of investments and any income derived from them can go down as well as up as a result of market or currency movements and investors may not get back the original amount invested. Screening out sectors or companies may result in less diversification and hence more volatility in investment values. Past performance should not be seen as an indication of future performance.

Help your clients understand their impact

We believe that it’s important to really understand the impact of our investment decisions. Each year, our Impact reports aim to measure the result of our investment decisions, both positive and negative, through the companies we invest in and the way we act.

In the first CT Sustainable Universal MAP Range Impact Report, we provide you with transparent insight into the impact of the portfolios’ holdings and detail our efforts to drive improvement in the companies in which we invest through our active engagement and voting efforts.

The impact report includes:

Detailed SDG alignment

Analysis of how the products and services provided by companies we invest in across the portfolios align with the Sustainable Development Goals

Impact metrics

Key portfolio impact metrics on environmental stewardship, fairness and equality, and economic developmen

Stewardship activities

A summary of stewardship (engagement and voting) activities with portfolio companies

Our Thinking

20 May 2024

Inflation falls: how far will interest rates follow?

Inflation is finally falling in the US, UK and Europe, but will we see greater dispersion in central bank actions?
Watch time - 4 min
13 May 2024

Rate cuts to start in June

In Europe, a June cut is likely – but what about the UK and US?
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7 May 2024

Interest rate cuts back on the agenda

Pessimism about the prospects for US interest rates cuts has been growing steadily as 2024 has developed. But there was a big change last Friday.
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Our Thinking - Responsible Investing

21 May 2024

Pauline Grange

Portfolio Manager, Global Equities

Water in crisis – searching for solutions

With too much, too little or too toxic water the world is facing a water crisis. We explore key issues and challenges before highlighting some of the companies promoting better water management.
26 April 2024

Albertine Pegrum-Haram

Senior Associate, Responsible Investment

Decarbonising Steel: redefining the value chain and the role of iron ore miners

The need to decarbonise is driving innovation in the steel sector, which in turn is reshaping the global value chain for one of its key inputs – iron ore.
23 April 2024

Neeti Shah

ESG analyst

Rana Plaza 11 years on

2013’s disaster served as a wake-up call to the garment industry. How have factory conditions changed and how are we tackling related risks through engagement?