2020 Sustainability Report

Chapel Hill, NC – In 2008, Hamilton Point released its first Sustainability Report to assess and document the environmental impacts of the companies recommended in our Global Core Equity Strategy. For 2020, the report has been updated to provide our most recent evaluation of these companies’ efforts toward an updated definition of sustainability.  We believe sustainability is not just a measure of environmental stewardship, but a measure of a company’s long-term ability to adapt.  Sustainability is a broad scope of every aspect of the business, from the beginning of the supply chain to the customer.  It is important to analyze a company’s impact on its employees, customers, community, environment, shareholders and the bottom-line, as an amalgamated understanding of its ability to grow and sustain.  Furthermore, we have introduced Sustainalytics ESG ratings to our report.  These ratings focus on measuring the environmental, social, and governance risks to showcase how these factors could affect long-term investment performance.

The Hamilton Point Sustainability Matrix
This chart is a graphic representation of all companies in our Global Core Equity Strategy as of June 30, 2020. The upper right box depicts what we believe are the companies exhibiting the best sustainability characteristics, while the companies and industries that appear to be lacking in their sustainability efforts are located towards the bottom left.

 

 

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About Hamilton Point
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