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To support projects and companies across all sectors and stages of maturity
All Mirova’s portfolios have a 2°C trajectory, in line with the goals set out in the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are at the core of all our investment strategies.
Our clients' expectations have changed. Beyond the pursuit of returns, there is now also a desire to invest in a way that is useful to the economy. 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.
We believe that investors–both institutional and individual—are looking for clear investment solutions with a proven impact which are based on a strong economic rationale.
Mirova, an affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers, announces the recent creation of a co-investment vehicle, which has attracted existing investors in its current Energy Transition fund, Mirova Eurofideme 41 (“MEF4”), as well as new clients. The vehicle was created specifically to participate, alongside Engie and Credit Agricole Assurances, in the acquisition of the second largest hydroelectric portfolio in Portugal from EDP. The deal, valued at EUR 2.2 billion, completed in late December.
More than €80 million in funds were raised thanks to the arrival of four new financial partners, which have joined HysetCo and Hype: RGREEN INVEST, Mirova (an affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers), RAISE Impact, and Eiffel Investment Group Acceleration of the development of the Paris region’s network with the commissioning of new refueling stations in 2021, with a view to having 20 stations by 2024 The transformation of Slota’s fleet means replacing 600 more Parisian diesel taxis into zero-emission vehicles.
We are proud to have contributed, together with our partner IDH - Sustainable Trade, to the publication of the "Little Investment Book for Nature", which aims to boost the financing of biodiversity protection by presenting a global framework that organises the mechanisms. While some biodiversity protection measures have an economic cost, others are likely to create environmental or social economic value.
The concept of impact investing is increasingly prevalent in the financial industry. At Mirova, impact serves as a core structural feature of our corporate purpose. Every day, our teams are committed at the side of our clients to provide them with investment solutions that aim to reconcile financial performance with positive environmental and social impact.
The concept of impact investing is increasingly prevalent in the financial industry. Yet there is, to date, no clear consensus on what this notion comprises, nor on the financial sector’s exact relationship to reorienting our economies towards sustainable development. At Mirova, certainly, impact serves as a core structural feature of our corporate purpose. Therefore wa wanted to clarify our vision of impact
At a time when we, along with five other management companies, have just called on French large caps to establish an action plan to have at least 30% women in their management bodies by 2025, Soliane Varlet, portfolio manager of our equity strategy dedicated to gender equality, looks back on this investment strategy launched by Mirova two years ago.
The Article 173 of the French Law on energy and transition for Green Growth requires French investors to communicate how environmental, social, and governance issues are considered in their investment choices and processes. Going beyond compliance, the annual publication of our impact report is an opportunity for us to demonstrate why and how we have put sustainable development at the core of our investment policies and engagements. It is an opportunity for us to emphasize the way we create environmental and social value, while simultaneously realizing financial performance.