John Gregory, CEO/ Sugi
Wealth manager Artorius goes green with carbon impact startup Sugi
By teaming up with Sugi, the European wealth manager will offer its clients access to Sugi’s environmental metrics, providing them with data on the climate impact of investments and helping them build a greener portfolio.
Wealth manager Artorius is looking to up its green credentials by teaming up with environment impact tracker Sugi.
By partnering with London-based Sugi, the European wealth manager will offer its clients access to Sugi’s environmental metrics, providing them with data on the climate impact of investments and helping them build a greener portfolio.
The deal marks Sugi’s first B2B partnership, as it has hitherto been focused on its consumer app.
Sugi, which launched as an app earlier this year, shows retail investors the carbon impact of their investments and the global warming temperature impact of their portfolios, alongside industry benchmarks and similar investments for comparison.
Investors also have the choice to offset some or all of their portfolio carbon impact via verified carbon credits.
The fintech currently displays impact data for 95 per cent of the global listed equities market and offers coverage of ETFs, mutual funds and investment trusts.
Earlier this year, it launched a carbon offsetting feature.
Established in 2015, Artorius advises clients across the UK from its offices in Manchester, London and Zurich.
The firm provides wealth planning and investment advice for financial services professionals, UK business owners and entrepreneurs, private equity professionals and individuals inheriting wealth.
Artorius manages £1.6bn in assets and is owned by management, employees, and a small group of high net worth individual shareholders.