€2.5 billion of which are invested in General Infrastructure projects and are directly affected by Natixis Investment Managers’ decision to create Vauban Infrastructure Partners.
To support projects and companies across all sectors and stages of maturity
Throughout Mirova and its two subsidiaries, Mirova US and Mirova Natural Capital, 26 of which work in General Infrastructure and will be affected by Natixis Investment Managers’ decision to create Vauban Infrastructure Partners.
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 was recognized at the 6th edition of the ESG Best Practice Honours, an event hosted by Swen Capital Partners which was held at the Good Planet Foundation on June 26th.
Amendment to the characteristics of the super-institutional (SI) investors unit of the Mirova Euro Sustainable Bond Fund, a French FCP common fund
While governments’ appetite for renewables is likely to outlive today’s political volatility, the pipeline of low-hanging deals is drying up. Raphaël Lance, Head of Renewable Energy Funds at Mirova, and four industry experts disucss about the role of development banks, how to foster emerging technologies and what LPs want.
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, all while simultaneously realizing financial performance. We hope that this report strengthens understanding and confidence in our responsible investment approach, as well as in responsible investment more generally.
The past 20 years have seen significant progress towards gender equality, together with an increasing awareness that the achievement of gender equality is a prerequisite for sustainable development. There is a growing consensus that educating and employing larger numbers of women can lead to economic growth. Yet despite this progress, women’s professional prospects are still far from equal to those of their male counterparts.
No matter the final objective - risk mitigation, identifying opportunities, creating impact, or all three – considering environmental and social factors alongside financial information leads to an information advantage for investors. Should we fail to limit temperature rise to 2°C or less, climate change will almost certainly wreak global havoc and lead to vast costs (IPCC, 2014). To mitigate the costs and impacts of climate change, we have no choice but to reduce emissions as quickly as possible while building resilience in the areas that will be affected.
The markets closed out the year significantly down and 2018 officially became the worst year on record since the Financial Crisis. A general climate of gloom prevails, in sharp contrast with the optimistic beginning of 2018.