June 22, 2021

Powering progress: the Sycomore Global Education Fund

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In Short

Education is the engine of human progress. As a crucial source of social mobility, it is also a vital weapon in the fight against inequality. For investors, education is an enormous opportunity –one that can combine compelling returns with a powerful social impact. The Sycomore Global Education fund is designed to achieve these dual goals.
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Powering progress: the Sycomore Global Education Fund

  • Education’s growth engines
  • Pandemic pressures
  • The market-cap gap
  • Our three pillars of education
  • A compelling combination

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Powering progress the Sycomore Global Education Fund
June 22nd, 2021
Powering progress: the Sycomore Global Education Fund

Sycomore Asset Management is part of the Generali Investments’ multi-boutique platform. 

Sycomore AM*, founded in 2001 and based in Paris, is an entrepreneurial asset management company significantly owned by its founding partners and employees and specialised in listed company investments.
Since its launch, Sycomore’s mission has been to deliver sustainable performance; this is achieved by identifying companies’ long-term levers for value creation. Sycomore AM’s expertise is driven by a field-approach and a proprietary fundamental research methodology including financial and extra-financial criteria.


The firm’s 24 fund manager-analysts, including 9 ESG specialists, assess the overall performance of a company in relation to its stakeholders: shareholders, clients, employees, suppliers, civil society and environment.

 

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