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The SFDR – Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (EU Regulation 2019/2088) introduces new obligations and common standards in the financial services sector for integrating sustainability risks into the investment process and communicating the negative impacts of those investments (“PAI”).
A sustainability risk refers to an environmental, social or governance (ESG) event or condition that, if it occurs, could have an actual or potential material adverse impact on the value of an investment.
The notion of “Major Negative Impacts” refers to the negative impact of investment decisions on sustainability factors, such as environmental and social issues, employee rights, and respect for human rights and anti-corruption.
Patrimundi 1869 supports the objectives of the SFDR regulation for financing sustainable growth and the implementation of the climate agreement.
Today, however, the following challenges exist:
• High cost of implementing ESG regulations.
• Lack of a shared vision on what constitutes a sustainable business.
• Lack of harmonization of ESG rating methodologies
• Collection and availability of ESG data from issuers very difficult to implement.
Therefore, and in accordance with article 6 of the SFDR regulation, Patrimundi 1869 informs its clients that it does not use at this stage a formal and systematic analysis grid of ESG factors (environmental, societal and environmental) in its discretionary management services.
ESG issues are however part of Patrimundi 1869’s investment process, without being a formally documented consideration.
As such, Patrimundi 1869 invests an increasing part of its clients’ assets in funds that take into account ESG aspects (SFDR article 8) or that have a sustainable label (SFDR article 9).
Patrimundi 1869 takes into account non-financial aspects such as political, environmental and social issues if they are likely to have a significant impact on the financial situation or profitability of a company.
Patrimundi 1869 believes that companies that have dangerous or harmful business practices (notably by polluting or harming the environment) and do not take ESG issues into account, are not sustainable and will ultimately suffer from a decrease in profitability. This type of company is therefore unlikely to be invested in.
If ESG aspects and associated risks are important, they are as important as many others, including product positioning, financing, cash flow sustainability, competitive threats, reputation, etc.
This approach aims to make a balanced judgment of risk and investment opportunity in the best interest of our clients.