Fully active, risk targeted sustainable multi-asset range

0.39% OCF capped

Sustainable, fully active multi-asset solutions that don’t cost the earth

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, Columbia Threadneedle 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

In 2021, we engaged with 113 companies held in the funds resulting in 78 milestones. Key topics included engagement on corporate governance, labour standards and climate change.

  • Across the Sustainable MAP range, the top SDGs we aligned to were:
    • 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
    • SDG 3 – Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure. Related holdings included Schneider Electric, a provider of natural resource and energy efficiency solutions
  • Engaged with a number of companies held in the funds including industrial gas company Linde linking to SDG 13 – Climate Action. We engaged with Tesco on the living wage linking to SDG 8 Decent Work and Economic Growth
  • We voted at 133 meetings

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

14 March 2022

Do we need a recession to control inflation?

One of the aftereffects of Covid is high inflation almost everywhere in developed markets. Some of this inflation is temporary bottle necks, but more sustained price pressures have emerged in the job market.
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3 March 2022

Our thoughts on the ongoing developments in Ukraine

Whilst the situation remains fast-moving and fluid, Simon Holmes gives his thoughts on the short and long term consequences.
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1 March 2022

5 factors for Multi-Asset investors to revisit in 2022

While it has clearly been a disappointing start to the year, we believe that there are still grounds for optimism.
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Our Thinking - Responsible Investing

5 August 2022

ESG knowledge shared: July 2022

Keep up to date with responsible investing in our monthly roundup of highlights – interesting events, articles we’re reading, podcasts and more.
22 July 2022

Jamie Jenkins

Managing Director, Head of Global ESG Equities

Nick Henderson

Director, Portfolio Manager

CT Responsible Global Equity Strategy - ESG Profile and Impact Report 2022

Read in-depth engagement case studies and learn how portfolio holdings correspond to the seven sustainability themes including ‘Connect & protect’, ‘Energy transition’ and ‘Resource efficiency’.
8 July 2022

Roger Wilkinson

Head of EMEA Equity and Responsible Investment Research

Responsible Investment Quarterly Q1 2022

Featuring articles on Europe’s response to the ongoing energy crisis; how the nuclear industry is seeking to reverse the negative perceptions that surround it; and the growing momentum towards the use of circular plastics