Regulation EU 2019/2088
Adverse sustainability impacts statement
We work in accordance with Regulation EU 2019/2088 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2019 on sustainability-related disclosures in the financial services sector.
Sustainability risk policies
We integrate the analysis and management of sustainability risk in our investment process. This analysis is aimed at identifying the impact of these risks on a target company’s growth prospects in terms of sales, margins and future value.
Adverse sustainability impacts at entity level
We monitor specific sustainability indicators. Nevertheless, it currently does not consider the adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors.
Remuneration policies in relation to the integration of sustainability risks
We are required to adopt prudent remuneration and incentive policies that reflect and promote effective risk management and don’t encourage risk-taking.
Tracking the interdependency between social and business results unleashes important opportunities for innovation, growth and sustainable social impact at scale.
This is the approach that inspires us.
Our journey to Shared Value
The element of generating growth.
We consider responsible investment as part of the strategy to consistently create value for our investors.
For this reason, environmental, social and governance factors are incorporated into the investment process and active ownership.
Since 2009, we are long standing signatory of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), annually participating in the PRI reporting and assessment cycle and provides regular feedback on our sustainability actions.
We have received A or A+ scores in the Strategy & Governance and Private Equity modules from the PRI since 2015.
In 2020, we received an A+ rating in both modules.
This places us in the top percentile among 2000+ signatories.
Shared Value case studies
A leading Italian wine group active in the production, sale and marketing of central and southern Italian wines. Farnese boasts a global client base of over 2,600 distributors, hotels and caterers and generates over 95% of sales abroad.
An important Italian producer and distributor of a wide range of sweet and savory frozen bakery products to over 35 thousand clients, mainly represented by bars, bakeries, cafés and hotels.
The first importer of specialty coffee in Europe through the Cafés Lugat brand. In this context, MaxiCoffee guarantees fair wages for farmers, certifies product traceability and ensures and promotes sustainable social and environmental practices.
A step-by-step strategy
We have further integrated sustainability throughout the pre-investment and post-investment processes, and we believe that this is a fundamental part of achieving value creation.
1 - Screening
2 - Due diligence
3 - Active ownership
4 - Exit
“To us, social responsibility is working to make our companies resilient and future proof, investing in sustainability and digitalization to create social and economic value.”