SUSTAINABLE INVESTING: OUR CONVICTION
It is part of our fiduciary duty to manage ESG risks and opportunities across all asset classes when investing on behalf of our clients and in their interest.We believe that by integrating ESG analysis into our investment process, we will be able to seek long-term performance by mitigating risk, identifying growth opportunities and recognising the financial value of intangible assets, while striving to achieve positive outcomes for the environment and society.
Our three core ESG themes
Climate. Empowerment. Leadership.
POLICIES AND REPORTSCarmignac is committed to ensuring robust policies and processes, reviewed and overseen at the leadership level, to support our approach to sustainable investing.
ACTING IN LINE WITH OUR CONVICTIONS
ClimateIn order to meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement, Carmignac aims to reduce the carbon emissions of its portfolios through our engagement with the companies in which we invest but also by offsetting our own operation’s carbon emissions.
As a majority family-owned company, we foster an entrepreneurial work environment which seeks to empower our employees. More than two thirds of our AUM is co-managed by women.
Our senior employees have access to a share ownership structure which contributes to creating a common alignment with our investors.
LeadershipComposed of the CEO and the Deputy Managing Director under the supervision of the Board of Directors, supported by an audit committee, a remuneration & appointments committee and the general assembly of the shareholders.
Carmignac is Carbon Neutral
Carmignac’s climate change concerns go beyond our emission reduction expectations for the companies in which we invest. We have therefore aligned our own policy to deliver carbon neutrality across our current and future corporate operations. 3,510 tCO2 have been offset in total for 2019, 2020 and 2021*.
*All Scope 1 (own facilities direct emissions) and Scope 2 (purchased energy) and partially Scope 3 (upstream employee commuting, business travel and IT services) emissions.
Carmignac's point of view
What we need for energy transition.Speakers : Michel Wiskirski
How to reduce our carbon emissions?Speakers : Michel Wiskirski
How to achieve the Paris Agreement targets?Speakers : Mark Denham
A deeper insight into our sustainable approach
Carmignac appoints new Head of Sustainable Investment
SUSTAINABLE INVESTING GUIDEA lot of approaches still coexist and definitions can vary as it relates to sustainable investing. Carmignac has developed a differentiated approach to SRI and ESG, by focusing on specific themes, building proprietary research tools and embracing new regulatory frameworks.
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