Our mission: contributing to a more sustainable and inclusive economy

Our role in society as an asset management company goes far beyond fiduciary responsibility : it is part of a determination to profoundly transform the economy towards a fairer and more sustainable model.

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Mirova for Nature : progress report on our action in favour of biodiversity

Despite the health context, we have continued to implement our biodiversity roadmap. You will find below a progress report on our different work areas, as the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) World Conservation Congress is taking place in Marseille, with the aim of taking action for a nature-based reconstruction, for climate change and for post-2020 biodiversity.

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Mirova partners with the IUCN World Conservation Congress

This major event aims to take action for nature-based recovery, climate change and post-2020 biodiversity.

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Mirova’s Land Degradation Neutrality Fund exceeds $200m of commitments for its final close

First of its kind, the LDN fund invests in projects involved in sustainable land use – agroforestry, regenerative and sustainable agriculture, sustainable forestry on degraded lands.

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Mirova recognised as a ‘Best For The World™ 2021 B Corp in ‘customers area’

Mirova has been recognised in the ‘customers area’, for the development of high impact investment solutions for investors.

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Renewable energy in light of grid parity

The gradual reduction of public support measures is ushering renewable energies into a new era: that of autonomy on electricity trading markets. Here's a look at merchant risk, how it can be analysed, the strategies to guard against it and the opportunities that can be seized.

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A committed, leading player in sustainable finance

Mirova is a conviction-based, B Corp™* certified management company that offers its clients investment solutions combining the search for financial performance with environmental and social impact. As 'mission-led**' organisation, thanks to multidisciplinary teams united around the same vision, the variety of our areas of expertise, and our ability to innovate and create partnerships with the best experts, we seek to direct capital towards the needs of investment in a real, sustainable and value-creating economy.

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2°C
Climate change trajectory of our portfolios, as defined in the Paris Agreements of 2015 (2)
100% SRI
All of our eligible funds have received the SRI label, or are undergoing the accreditation process (3)
23.6
billion euros in assets under management (1)
6
areas of expertises to support projects and companies across all sectors and stages of maturity
140
employees

Our expertise

Through its 6 asset classes, Mirova offers investment strategies which make it possible to finance projects and companies at any stage of maturity that provide solutions to sustainable development challenges while pursuing financial performance.

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News
World Conservation Congress closes with call for a nature-based recovery
Published on 09/16/2021
Mirova was there to share its experience in financing nature-based solutions
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World Conservation Congress closes with call for a nature-based recovery
News
Mirova for Nature: progress report on our action in favour of biodiversity
Published on 09/04/2021
Here is an update on our different areas of work on biodiversity
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Mirova for Nature: progress report on our action in favour of biodiversity
Ideas
Corporate sustainability disclosure: keep it simple, make it useful
Published on 09/09/2021
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Corporate sustainability disclosure: keep it simple, make it useful
News
Second edition of the event "Agir pour le vivant": economy, territories and transitions
Published on 09/01/2021
A look back at the second edition of the event, supported by Mirova, which was held in Arles from 22 to 29 August 2021
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Second edition of the event "Agir pour le vivant": economy, territories and transitions
Ideas
Acting as a Responsible Investor 2020
Published on 08/06/2021
Sustainable development challenges are placed at the heart of our investment policies
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Acting as a Responsible Investor 2020
News
Mirova recognised as a ‘Best For The World™ 2021 B Corp in ‘customers area’
Published on 07/15/2021
Mirova has been recognised for the development of high impact investment solutions for investors
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Mirova recognised as a ‘Best For The World™ 2021 B Corp in ‘customers area’
News
Corporate Newsletter Q2 2021
Published on 07/08/2021
Learn about what happened at Mirova during Q2 2021
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Corporate Newsletter Q2 2021
* Since 2006, the B Corp movement has been promoting strong values of change throughout the world to make businesses “a force for good” and to distinguish those which reconcile profit (for profit) and collective interest (for purpose). B Corp’s goal is to certify companies that integrate social, societal and environmental objectives into their business model and operations. More details here
** Introduced in France in 2018 under the Pacte Law, a ‘société à mission’ company must define its "raison d'être" and one or more social, societal or environmental objectives beyond profit. The purpose, and objectives aligned with this purpose, must be set out in its Articles of Association. The Articles specify the means by which the execution of the Mission will be monitored by a Mission Committee (a corporate body distinct from the board of directors which is responsible for monitoring the implementation of the mission with at least one employee.) An independent third party then verifies the execution of the Mission, via a written opinion which is annexed to the report of the Mission Committee to shareholders and made available on the website of the company for a period of five years.

(1) Source: Mirova and affiliates as of June 30, 2021
(2) Mirova aims, for all its investments, to propose portfolios consistent with a climate trajectory of less than 2°C defined in the Paris Agreements of 2015, and systematically displays the carbon impact of its investments (excluding Social impact and Natural Capital funds), calculated from a proprietary methodology that may involve biases.
(3) Any reference to a ranking and/or an award does not indicate the future performance of the UCITS/AIF or the fund manager.