Mirova’s natural capital investment platform brings home 3 trophies at the Environmental Finance Impact Awards 2020

Published on 09/16/2020 Awards

Mirova is proud to announce that its efforts to invest in natural capital have been recognized with three awards at Environmental Finance's 2020 Impact Awards.

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Mirova is proud to announce that its dedicated natural capital platform, the Sustainable Ocean strategy and the Brazil Biodiversity strategy were rewarded at the Environmental Finance’s 2020 Impact Awards in the respective categories:

  • Investment team of the year – asset manager
  • Impact project/investment of the year –  Oceans and coastal zones
  • Fund of the year – multi-asset/other 

As the impact investing market is rapidly coming of age, and there is a palpable sense of excitement and optimism about the market's potential. Environmental Finance's inaugural Impact Awards seek to recognize and reward the work of impact investors everywhere and highlight emerging pockets of best practice, across all asset classes and all geographies.

In a bid to address the next frontier of impact investing, Mirova has put together the requisite strategic vision and expertise to scale-up this promising market. We design innovative approaches to financing sustainable projects, organizations and businesses, which conserve the environment and improve people’s livelihoods – while also being commercially successful over the long term. Looking ahead, Mirova sees natural capital evolving from niche investment strategy to a mainstream asset class, with the potential for consistent risk-adjusted returns.

This ambition now translates into a comprehensive range of natural capital funds – worth over 400M$ and managed by 30+ experienced professionals – addressing climate change, the protection of landscapes, biodiversity, soil and marine resources.

View the full list of the Environmental Finance Impact Awards 2020’s winners.


The natural capital platform strategies are exposed to loss of capital risk, deal flow risk, operational risk, liquidity risk, country risk, market risk, legal and regulatory risk, currency risk, counterparty risk, project risk, valuation risk.
The information presented above is neither a contractual document nor intended to be an investment advice. Access to the products and services presented here may be restricted to some persons or in some countries.
Any reference to a ranking and/or an award does not indicate the future performance of the UCITS/AIF or the fund manager.
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