Become Part of the Solution

CI MSCI World ESG Impact Fund and CI First Asset MSCI World ESG Impact ETF (NEO: CESG for CAD Hedged; CESG.B for Unhedged) invest in leading global companies whose products and services have a positive impact on the environment and society. 

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues are some of the most important drivers of change in the world today. They not only pose a threat to our society and the environment, but they are also significant economic issues and pose a challenge for investors.

Being cognizant of ESG issues when determining how and where to invest can help manage risk and potentially lead to the long-term outperformance of your portfolio.

Features & Key Benefits

  • Exposure to companies that have a positive impact on the environment and society

  • Risk mitigation by evaluating ESG issues

  • Potential for long-term outperformance

Will Invest In

Environmental Impact

Climate Change

  • Alternative energy
  • Energy efficiency
  • Green buildings

Natural Capital

  • Sustainable water
  • Pollution prevention
Social Impact

Basic Needs

  • Nutrition
  • Major disease treatment
  • Sanitation
  • Affordable real estate


  • Education
  • Small & medium enterprise finance

Will Not Invest In

Fossil Fuels
  • Companies that have fossil fuel reserves used for energy purposes

Controversial Entities
  • Companies involved in severe controversial events

  • Companies involved in alcohol production, gambling operations and support services, tobacco production, nuclear power generation, and weapons manufacturing

Speak to your advisor about CI MSCI World ESG Impact Fund and
CI First Asset MSCI World ESG Impact ETF.

Advisors please contact your CI Sales Team representative to learn more.



The CI First Asset Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are managed by CI Global Asset Management, a subsidiary of CI Financial Corp., which is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “CIX”. CI First Asset Exchange Traded Funds, a division of CI Global Asset Management

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