Trium is dedicated to achieving the best possible risk-adjusted returns for its investors, and believes that Responsible Investment (“RI”) and Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) are important factors to consider when delivering this.
The motivation to consider RI and ESG is driven throughout Trium, across all departments and by all staff.
Trium takes ESG factors into account while ensuring that assets under its stewardship are managed in a way which maximises value for its clients. ESG principles help Trium uncover company risks as is consistent with its fiduciary duty.
The different strategies managed by Trium have different approaches when it comes to implementing RI. Additionally, our fund range includes dedicated ESG products, and we can often adapt investment products to satisfy an investor’s specific ESG requirements.
Trium recognises that its ESG policy is part of a continuous and long-term process that will evolve over time to reflect changes in industry best practice, internal processes, and to help ensure that Trium continues to realise and exceed its objective to remain a responsible investor.
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We strive for excellence in sustainability, responsible investing, and corporate governance. Our commitment to strong governance is a cornerstone of the business.
Trium have been signatories of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) since 2015. The PRI helps guide signatories with a set of aspirational investment principles that focus on incorporating ESG issues into investment practice.
The PRI helps guide Trium in its investment approach with globally accepted standards for responsible investing.
We have been signatories of the Standards Board for Alternative Investments (SBAI, formerly HFSB – Hedge Fund Standards Board) since 2015 and are members of the Alternative Investment Managers Association (AIMA), our industry’s global body.
Trium have been signatories of the CDP (previously the Carbon Disclosure Project) since 2018, and participate in their engagement campaigns.
CDP is a not-for-profit charity that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts. The world’s economy looks to CDP as the gold standard of environmental reporting with the richest and most comprehensive dataset on corporate and city action.
Trium offset all carbon emissions for business flights taken by staff, and to look for ways to try and minimise the amount of emissions related to our business. To do so we have partnered with C-Level to offset these emissions. C-Level support indigenous forest projects around the world, ranging from a co-operative multi-benefit community scheme in Uganda, to mangrove conservation and development projects in Kenya, to supporting local farmers engaged in reforestation and the protection of biosphere reserves in Mexico.
Trium strongly supports the objectives of the Paris Agreement (link) and seeks to promote change through its investment strategies in alignment with the Paris Climate Accord goals.
Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures
The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures "TCFD" (link) was launched in December 2015 by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) with the support of the G20.
Trium strongly support the recommendations which were published in 2017 by the TCFD, which aim to provide a framework for companies to consistently disclose on climate-related risks and opportunities,and the potential impacts climate change could have on their financial performance in a more consistent and comparable way.
Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, the United Nations agreed on 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with the aim of safeguarding the planet, ending poverty, and bringing prosperity to all by 2030. Within the asset management