UN Principles for Responsible Investment

In January 2015, Crescit Asset Management AB signed the United Nations (UN) Principles for Responsible Investment also known as unpri (United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment). UN PRI's principles provide a reference framework for investors who want to increase the responsibility of their investment activities. The core of UN PRI's content is to consider responsible and ethical guidelines in investment decisions, to work for changes through active ownership and to encourage reporting on ethical aspects of the business. For those interested, there is more to read about UN PRI at www.unpri.org.

Sustainability-related disclosures

With the introduction of Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2019 on sustainability-related information to be provided in the financial services sector (the Disclosure Regulation or the "SFDR"), the EU has imposed new sustainability information requirements. In short, the requirements mean that financial market participants must provide clear information on and how sustainability risks are integrated into the business, taking into account negative impacts on sustainable development and that stakeholders should provide sustainability-related information for their financial products. In addition to complying with the UN Principles for Responsible Investments, Crescit wants to contribute to increased transparency about the sustainability work and risks associated with our management and funds. As part of achieving the disclosure requirements, you will find relevant policies from Crescit's internal regulations on this page.





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