- The report showcases the reinforcement of Miura’s sustainable investment model, its inaugural Impact Fund, and the value created across its portfolio to address key global challenges.
Miura Partners has published its Sustainability Report 2022, providing an integrated account of sustainability and business progress during the 2021-2022 period.
As a purpose-driven investment firm and aware of the legacy of its work, Miura strives to contribute to both socio-economic progress and environmental protection by aligning business goals, with sustainability commitments and objectives, which are applied with consistency on a firmwide basis.
Over the past year, the firm has made significant strides in reinforcing the sustainable investment model, by adopting new standards and regulatory requirements amidst an ever-changing landscape. This reinforcement has far-reaching implications across the investment lifecycle, starting for an upgrade of the ESG Blueprint and culminating in a newly reviewed ESG Dashboard.
In addition, Miura has gone one step further towards the creation of lasting positive impact, by launching Miura Impact Fund, registered under Article 9 of the SFDR and supported by a new Impact Methodology, which invests in purposeful companies that aim to address sustainable goals.
The environmental and social value creation across the portfolio companies is deeply covered throughout the report, structured in six main dimensions of contribution: Climate Change; DE&I and Well-being; Responsible Supply Chain; Governance, Culture and Transparency; Community; and Products & Services. These dimensions serve as a framework to accelerate meaningful transformation within the portfolio companies and enable Miura drive tangible and positive change.