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Federated Hermes Sustainable Global Equity Fund awarded Towards Sustainability label

Our recently-launched Federated Hermes Sustainable Global Equity Fund has been awarded the 'Towards Sustainability' label.

This label is awarded and administered by the Central Labelling Agency (CLA) of the Belgian SRI label. It recognises sustainable financial products and provides reassurance to Belgian investors that a product is managed with sustainability in mind.

To learn more about the Towards Sustainability initiative and how the Federated Hermes Sustainable Global Equity Fund has achieved the label, please visit: Labelled products | Towards Sustainability.

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