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Global Clean Infrastructure Impact

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Strategy that seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation while giving investors exposure to clean infrastructure companies that are seeking to improve environmental challenges and improving operational characteristics to achieve intentional, positive and measurable real world outcomes.

Strategy highlights

  • Supports clean infrastructure: Secular trends around a rapidly decarbonizing economy create a compelling investment opportunity, harnessing strong momentum from global policy makers to create a more sustainable world
  • Resilient attributes: Diversified portfolio grounded in deep fundamental analysis, focused on identifying attractively valued companies with stable cash flows and defensive characteristics positioned to withstand global economic cycles
  • Making an impact: Experienced investment team leverages Nuveen’s deep responsible investing leadership, identifying and engaging with companies that seek to generate positive outcomes alongside a competitive financial total return


Provides access to

Global clean infrastructure

Investable universe
  • Electric transmission
  • Electric utilities
  • Passenger rail
  • Renewable energy
  • Waste
  • Water utilities

50/50 blend of S&P Global Infrastructure Index (NR) and S&P Global 1200 Utilities (Sector) Capped Index (NR)

Impact themes
  • Affordable, reliable, sustainable modern energy
  • Availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation
  • Sustainable waste and recycling consumption and production
  • Gender equality and female empowerment
Contact us
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201 Bishopsgate, London, United Kingdom

Responsible investing incorporates Environmental Social Governance (ESG) factors that may affect exposure to issuers, sectors, industries, limiting the type and number of investment opportunities available, which could result in excluding investments that perform well.

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