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TCFD, or the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures, aims to establish voluntary and standardised disclosures concerning climate-related financial information. The goal is for organisations to furnish relevant data to investors, lenders, and other stakeholders, primarily through their annual financial reports. By adhering to TCFD recommendations, companies can ensure a consistent approach to reporting climate change-related risks and opportunities. This facilitates comparisons across different sectors and jurisdictions.

As outlined in Chapter 2 of the Environmental, Social, and Governance sourcebook of the FCA Handbook, UK firms overseeing funds and portfolios are required to produce entity-level reports consistent with TCFD guidelines. While Slater Investments is not currently subject to this reporting mandate, we have chosen to voluntarily disclose our efforts in this critical area.

Our report presents Slater Investments’ disclosures in alignment with the ESG Sourcebook and examines how we assess climate-related risks and opportunities in managing and administering investments on behalf of our clients and investors. TCFD reports at the product level can be found in the most recent report for the following Slater Investments Funds:


  • 2023

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Risk Warning

The content on the website is for your information only and does not make up or form part of, and should not be interpreted as, an invitation, offer, recommendation or solicitation to buy or sell units in Slater Investments funds.

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  • have read and understood the following:
    • All investments carry risk and further details of the risks associated with investing in Slater Investments funds can be found in the Key Investor Information Documents (KIIDs), Supplementary Information Document (SID) and the Prospectuses for each fund.
    • The value of a fund, and the income resulting from it, can decrease as well as increase and you may not necessarily get back the amount you originally invested.
    • Past performance is not a guide to future performance.

For whichever Slater Investment fund you are interested in, please read the prospectuses, the SID and the KIIDs together with the other documents and links on each funds web page including the funds annual and semi-annual reports before making any final investment decisions.