Are you a fund- or portfolio manager who
- Wants to realise sustainable investments, without compromising financial performance?
- Has no idea yet about the sustainable performance of his assets, nor how to improve these?
- Is stuck with ESG data, which is valuable for risk assessment but not for sustainable investments?
- Believes the sustainable transition brings opportunities to increase your financial return?
ESG investing seemed like the right thing. But it's time to move on.
ESG ratings are proxy data, based on country- and industry-sector averages multiplied by your asset's revenue. This is useless for monitoring the ESG performance of the assets in your portfolio. In addition, ESG appears to be subject to greenwashing and fraud. In the recent period, ESG scandals have occurred due to unverifiable methodologies and it's users operating non-transparent. Step away from ESG and let's go fully transparent, verifiable, and tailor-made for your portfolio's sustainable objectives. 2030 is only seven years away. We believe that you'll see a financial gain when you divest your assets with an improved environmental performance over the coming years.
Become a sustainable investment manager
- Identify the assets with the right sustainable performance for your portfolio during screening and due diligence phases
- Realise sustainability in your assets between acquisition and divestment
- Choose the KPIs important for your portfolio: from biodiversity to global warming potential. From water pollution to social impacts
- Become future proof and enable active ownership
A 3-step Strategy
Let's start with sustainable finance today
First we'll discuss your portfolio types, financial instruments, ambitions, and other situational aspects. If wished, we can help you set up your sustainable goals and strategy.
We develop and execute your sustainable assessment framework suitable for every step in the investment process.
Become a real sustainable investment manager. Improve environmental performance of your portfolio-companies between acquisition and divestment.
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For more information
SFDR: ESG is insufficient to comply with DNHS-principle
This article explains how ESG data is not sufficient to comply with the SFDR article 9 disclosing and reporting requirements.
SFDR: Why private equity managers must move beyond ESG data
This article explains why private equity managers are better off to leave ESG behind. Both in general and in the context of the SFDR.