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Sustainable and responsible investment

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In a rapidly changing world, our goal as an investment manager focuses on achieving sustainable returns for our long-term customers..

As institutional investors, we have a duty to act in the best long-term interest of our unitholders. With this in mind, March AM has developed a Sustainable Investment Policy, (SRI), with the focus on the shift towards a more sustainable economy to deliver a favourable and sustainable long-term return-risk profile. This policy is based on the following principles:

ESG Criteria

Including environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) aspects in the analysis and investment decision-making process, in addition to the traditional quantitative and qualitative financial criteria, basis of the company's historical decision-making.

Involvement in companies

Increasing the involvement of the management company with the companies in which it invests, through greater participation in corporate governance decisions (proxy voting)..

Open dialogue

Open dialogue with the companies in which it has invested as regards issues related to environmental, social and corporate governance factors (engagement)..

We firmly believe that implementing this policy will have a favourable effect on the results of March AM products and of the companies in which it invests with a medium- and long-term horizon, along with ambitious objectives in terms of the greater economic, social and environmental progress of our communities. ESG considerations are an important part of our decision-making process, as they help to ensure the financial stability of our customers and the economy as a whole.

Non-consideration of main adverse incidents

March A.M. does not have any due diligence policies in place regarding adverse impacts on sustainability factors. As a result, any such impacts are not taken into consideration.

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