Suma Capital has achieved the highest rating in all four categories assessed in the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) 2023. This achievement, obtained for the fourth consecutive year, consolidates Suma Capital as a benchmark in responsible investment.
Compared to the previous year, Suma Capital has demonstrated continued progress in Political Governance and Strategy; in Private Equity; and achieving the highest score in Confidence Building Measures. Notably, this year, Confidence Building measures has become a stand-alone category, reflecting Suma Capital‘s continued commitment to transparency and trust.
The update of the assessment framework and questionnaire scoring by PRI in 2021 accelerated the engagement and integration of ESG criteria as essential elements for Suma Capital. This recognition reflects the fund manager’s commitment to creating positive environmental and social value for its investees, investors and society at large.
Enrique Tombas, Chairman of Suma Capital, said: “We see ESG policies and objectives as a means to create positive environmental and social value. We are proud to achieve yet another year’s top rating from the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment”. “As a signatory to the UN PRI since 2013, this recognition – which is a leader in the field of responsible investment – motivates us to continue advancing our commitment to building the future we believe in”.
Aware of the challenge of ensuring sustainable development, the fund manager formalises its commitment through its Responsible Investment Policy, detailing the systematic and rigorous integration of ESG best practices in its daily operations.
The firm obtains five stars in all four categories of the report, consolidating its leadership in sustainability funds for the fourth consecutive year
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