Despite strong competition, Mirova ranked first (Trophée d’Or) in the “Infrastructure funds – the best green strategy” category for the third consecutive term with Mirova-Eurofideme 3. This is the third investment fund managed by Mirova dedicated to equity investments in greenfield renewable energy assets across Europe, since the launch of its business in 2002. As a responsible investor, Mirova has committed to steer financing towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals, notably in terms of access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy sources. over the last 15 years, the Renewable Energy team contributed to the construction of 155+ well diversified renewable energy projects (1.3GW), spanning from wind farms, solar panels, hydroelectric and biomass, in Europe and representing € 2 billion of total investments*.
“We are delighted and honored to be rewarded with this prize once again, as it sheds lights on the continued work of our efforts towards the financing of the energy transition,” commented Raphaël Lance, Head of Renewable Energy Funds at Mirova. "Our strategy consists in the building of long term partnerships and co-investments with industrials to develop and exploit impactful projects for local communities, which are structured so as to optimise the potential value creation for our clients. We thank them all for the confidence they put in our capabilities.”
The SIATI’s yearly awards ceremony has a hundred of companies, investment funds and public operators compete against each other to win gold in their respective categories. The best sector players and representatives of the most innovative regions are shortlisted by the organisers and invited to submit a comprehensive application form, before being assessed and interviewed by a panel of experts who will choose the final winner.
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Note to the reader:
Mirova-Eurofideme 3 has neither been authorised by the French Financial Market Authority (“AMF”) nor by any other supervisory authority. The Fund’s investment objective, strategy and main risks are described in their regulatory documents. Its fees, charges and performances are also described in those documents as well. Investments in infrastructure funds are mainly subject to loss of capital risk. They are reserved for specific investors, as defined by their respective regulatory documentation.
Any reference to a ranking and/or an award does not indicate the future performance of the UCITS/AIF or the fund manager.
* Source: Mirova as of March 31, 2017
Mirova, an asset management company wholly owned by Natixis Asset Management1, brings to bear almost 30 years of experience in Socially Responsible Investing (SRI). Mirova offers a conviction-driven approach in order to combine value creation with sustainable development with a unique and global product offering: listed equities, fixed income, infrastructure, impact investing, voting and engagement. With 63 employees, Mirova has €6 billion in assets under management2.
1 Since 01.01.2014.
2 Source : Natixis Asset Management as at 30 June 2016
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Natixis Asset Management
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