Cheyne adopted its ESG investment policy in 2017 and the policy is reviewed annually.
Cheyne's ESG investment policy defines the approach to integrating the consideration of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors and potential benefits into investments made through its Social Property, Real Estate financing, European Strategic Value Credit and Investment Grade Corporate Credit Funds. Cheyne commits to consider material ESG issues in the course of its investment process and ongoing monitoring of relevant investments. “Material” ESG issues are issues that Cheyne determines have, or potentially have, a direct impact on the operation or value of an investment.
Cheyne’s investment staff are primarily responsible for ensuring that the consideration of ESG issues are integrated into investment decisions as above.
Stuart Fiertz, Cheyne Co-Founder, President and Director of Research, will supervise the execution of the Policy.