Stewardship to us involves being Active Owners of the companies we invest in and championing a culture of sustainability internally.

Active Ownership Approach

Active ownership consists of company engagement and proxy voting activities. These activities form a key component of our responsible investment approach and fulfils UOBAM’s fiduciary duty as an investment manager to act in the best long-term interests of our clients.


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Corporate Sustainability Stewardship

Shaping a Better World for Future Generations

UOBAM primarily supports the six SDGs below in our corporate activities.


Goal 2. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
Goal 3. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
Goal 9. Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation


Goal 11. Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
Goal 12. Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
Goal 13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts

Upcoming UOBAM Group Sustainability Initiatives

Group-Wide Sustainability Events
SDGs we will be supporting
Sustainable Workplace & Sustainable Procurement Programme
Sustainability Awareness Programme
Food Donation Projects
Green-Up Projects (Coastal/Mangrove/Forest/Mountain)

Sustainability in Action

We have established sustainability as one of our four core pillars firm wide and embarked on several sustainability initiatives.

  • In the first half of 2023, UOBAM colleagues from around the region (Brunei, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam) held tree-planting events and activities.
  • Each regional team partnered with a local charity organisation or governmental body to do our part for the environment by raising funds and planting over 1,000 trees.
  • This initiative was carried out as part of our commitment to sustainability. Taking action to combat climate change is one of the six United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) that we support for our Corporate Sustainability Stewardship.
  • In addition to the food donation initiative, UOBAM also participated in the 2023 UOB Global Heartbeat Run/Walk to #keepthegoodgoing by clocking distances to raise funds for charity.






  • In September 2022, UOB Asset Management (UOBAM) colleagues from around the region (Brunei, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore and Vietnam) organised a food donation campaign to raise money and participate in a food drive.
  • The campaign was held as part of UOBAM's commitment to sustainability via Corporate Sustainability Stewardship and to support a local charity organisation of the country’s choice.
  • UOBAM provided a total of 800 food packages and 2,800 hot meals for the less fortunate regionally.
  • In addition to the food donation initiative, UOBAM also participated in the 2022 UOB Global Heartbeat Run/Walk to #keepthegoodgoing by clocking distances to raise funds for charity.
  • In September 2021, UOBAM Singapore kicked off its internal donation drive campaign, raising money to help aid an IPC-Status food charity, Food from the Heart “Project Belanja!”
  • The campaign was held in support of Food from the Heart’s “Project Belanja!”, an app-driven food redemption programme providing freshly cooked meals by hawker owners to those in need.
  • Food from the Heart and “Project Belanja!” have been playing a very meaningful role in supporting less-fortunate families and their future generations while preserving the long-term development of Singapore’s hawker culture
  • UOBAM Singapore raised a total of S$10,000 (an equivalent of 2,500 hot meals) that was donated to households in need.

Recycling made easier with recycling bins around the office

  • UOBAM’s commitment to Sustainability starts from the bottom up.
  • We have implemented several initiatives to promote sustainable practices in our offices.


Sustainable office tips


Switch off lights and PC monitors when not in use Do not print unless necessary and print double-sided
Give products a second life by reusing, recycling or donating Do not waste water
Bring your own reusable mug Keep a desk plant and watch it grow along with your investments!












  • UOBAM staff came together to donate to various beneficiaries during the circuit breaker period.
  • The beneficiaries were mainly migrant workers, community chests and PPE for frontline healthcare workers.











  • UOB Brunei and UOB Asset Management Brunei (UOBAM Brunei) collaborated with the Society for Community Outreach and Training (SCOT) Social Kitchen to donate 300 meals to COVID-19 frontliners across the country.
  • The meals were cooked and prepared by mothers who are unable to return to full-time employment as they need to take care of their young children. The Social Kitchen enables them to earn an income while contributing to the support of essential workers.
  • Click here for full media release or read the article on Borneo Bulletin Release.
  • UOBAM Malaysia held a food donation drive to help a foster home where food security was threatened during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Cash were raised and food were donated to the foster home.
  • On 13 August 2020, we donated approximately 62 used laptops, 11 used printers, 16 servers and other electronics to Wat Suan Kaew.
  • Our employees also donated 25,200 THB to Wat Suan Kaew to help the poor.