Investing for our future

Your financial choices help shape the world we live in. The money you invest has the potential to fund something better: for people, for communities and for the planet.

Combating climate change

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Myth-busting insights into the world of responsible investing

We need to dispel a few myths that could be holding investors back from putting their money to better work for themselves, society and the planet.

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Our funds

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We manage people’s money, and we also make investments of our own. This means we have the influence to drive changes on a bigger scale, to work towards a more positive future for everyone.

Our planet is constantly changing, driven by both environmental and societal revolution and evolution. The global impact of COVID-19 has demonstrated how quickly our own world can be reshaped. We are all on this journey together. We have committed to be carbon neutral by 2030, and we’re helping a million people become more financially secure by 2023 through our corporate responsibility programmes.

What is responsible investing?

Responsible investing is, put simply, investing positively – targeting long-term financial returns while making a positive impact on the world around us. A big idea, but it's the day to day decisions, as well the longer-term financial choices you make, that can have the biggest impact. We may be on this journey together, but the force behind real change is you.

Read our Annual Impact Report for the M&G Positive Impact Fund to discover how, with the help of our investors, we're driving towards the environmental and societal change our planet deserves.

Investing for the future

Fund Manager Alex Araujo explores the fastest growing form of renewable power generation from a boat in the Irish Sea.

 

The value of any fund's assets will go down as well as up. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested.