1. Commitments and collaborations
- Our fund managers engage in ongoing collaboration with other firms concerning industry-wide sustainability topics, including certification of green bonds and the EU Taxonomy.
- In 2017, Carnegie Fonder signed the UN Global Compact’s principles for how businesses should operate in matters of human rights, anti-corruption, the environment and labour rights – the same principles we require our holdings to adhere to.
- PRI is the world’s largest collaborative body for responsible investment, and helps asset managers integrate consideration for ESG into the investment and ownership process. Carnegie Fonder became a signatory to the PRI’s six Principles for Responsible Investment in 2015.
- Sustainalytics monitors more than 19,000 companies worldwide to verify sector affiliation andensure that companies are complying with international norms, particularly those set forth in the UN Global Compact. Carnegie Fonder has applied norm-based screening since 2004, in recent years in partnership with Sustainalyics.
- CDP encourages companies and cities to measure, disclose and reduce their climate impact,not least importantly with regard to greenhouse gas emissions. Carnegie Fonder has supported CDP since 2017 and encourages all holdings to report their greenhouse gas emissions.
- Swesif is an independent association for collaboration in matters of sustainable investments. Its accomplishments include development of the Sustainability Profile. Carnegie Fonder joined Swesif in 2015.