Information Statement on our Policy on the Integration of Sustainability Risks in the Investment Decision-Making Process
Sustainable Finance Transparency
The European Union has introduced a series of legal measures (the primary one being the Sustainable Finance Disclosures Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2019/2088)) requiring firms that manage investment funds to provide transparency on how they integrate sustainability considerations into the investment process with respect to the investment funds they manage.
Our Approach to Sustainable Investment
At Volt, we believe that investors, and asset managers that invest on their behalf, have a responsibility to make their investments in a way that effectively supports a sustainable society.
At the core of our commitment to help our clients achieve their financial objectives is a conviction that this can be achieved by investing responsibly.
What is a Sustainability Risk?
In this context a sustainability risk is considered to be an environmental, social or governance event or condition that, if it occurs, could cause an actual or potential material negative impact on the value of an investment.
Information on How we Integrate Sustainability into the Investment Decision-Making Process
We do not integrate Sustainability Risks into our investment decisions, as such integration does not form part of the systematic investment strategy currently being operated in respect of Volt ICAV and Volt Diversified Alpha Fund (Cayman) Ltd.