Sustainable Solutions

The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) is  an EU regulation that came into force on 10 March 2021, and imposes disclosure requirements for financial products as defined under SFDR. These requirements include disclosing sustainability- related information for financial products that (i) promote (among other characteristics) environmental and/or social characteristics (Article 8 products), or (ii) have a sustainable investment objective (Article 9 products), both as defined under SFDR.

With effect from the 10 March 2021, Irish Life Investment Managers (“ILIM”) has categorised the following strategies  as meeting the provisions set out in Article 8 of SFDR for products which promote environmental and/or social characteristics

Please find below a list of strategies along with the relevant information about their sustainability characteristics in relation to the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation.

ILIM Indexation Strategies:

Please click on the following link which contains information about the sustainability characteristics of our Indexation strategies in relation to the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation.

ILIM Quantitative Strategies:

Please click on the following link which contains information about the sustainability characteristics of our Quantitative strategies in relation to the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation.

ILIM Property Strategies

Please click on the following link which contains information about the sustainability characteristics of our Property strategies in relation to the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation.

Irish Life Multi Asset Funds - Irish Life Investment Managers in the appointed fund manager for the Irish Life Assurance range of multi asset funds

Please click on the following link which contains information about the sustainability characteristics of our Multi Asset Funds in relation to the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation.

A description of the extent to which the environmental and/or social characteristics are met will be made available as part of the annual report published in 2022 as required by SFDR. The most recent annual report does not include any information pursuant to SFDR.