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Avoid sector that are too risky (oil & gaz, commodity)
Integrate risk (ex. carmakers) and opportunities (ex. renovation in Building materials) in investment thesis
Be aware of the risk/opportunities related to companies in portfolio and engage with them, mainly through Climate Action 100+
We are very little exposed to most problematic sector (Oil & gaz, Coal, commodities...). We have prefered to exclude them and stayout of potential too high impacts.
Low carbon investment thanks to our ROC Investment Process
TCFD, SBTI, Net Zero engagement
Monitor that engagement taken by companies go beyond words, are measurable and opposable
Paris aligned targets (ex. CO2 reduction)
Aggregated in portfolio mesaure
CO2/m€ of sales
Transparency for fund holder
For the company : As explained in our Reporting 173 (http://www.trusteam.fr/fileadmin/user_upload/Documents_Mentions_legales/Rapport_article_173_sdg__002_.pdf) and Code de transparence (http://www.trusteam.fr/fileadmin/user_upload/Documents_fonds/Documents_ROC/CODE_DE_TRANSPARENCE_v6.1.pdf), climate retated risk are included in our Annual Risk management plan
For our investment : climate related risk are inclued into our Company Watch risk assessment of our investments
We are member of the Climate 100+ coalition and lead on two companies.
We invest in leaders in Customer Centric companies according to our ROC (Return On Customer) Investment Process