OUR SRI COMMITMENTS
Faced with the new challenges of sustainable development and global warming, Philippe Hottinguer Gestion adopts a rigorous ESG approach integrated into all investment and asset management processes. The company strives to be more transparent in terms of ESG risks, exposures, practices and impacts.
Our approach is based on our convictions
Climate change issues
Geopolitical and societal context
An ethical approach is part of our DNA
Responsible approach = resilient
Creating positive impact
Our commitments in action
Society recognises the danger and profoundly harmful effects of tobacco on human health. Notably, tobacco causes eight million premature deaths worldwide each year and is expected to cause one billion deaths this century. The company is delivering on its commitment to fight the devastating impact of tobacco and encourage others to do the same
In this sense, Philippe Hottinguer Gestion is a Signatory and Pledge Stamp member of Tobacco Free Portfolios.
Faced with these new challenges, Philippe Hottinguer Gestion adopts a rigorous ESG approach integrated into all investment and asset management processes. The company strives to be more transparent in terms of ESG risks, exposures, practices and impacts. The company therefore adheres to the UNPRI, and shapes its approach in line with the 6 Principles for Responsible Investment.
In 2022, Philippe Hottinguer Gestion received the Sustainable Finance label from AGEFI for its commitment and transparency in the field of responsible investment.
In order to complete our extra-financial analysis and control the risk of climate damage, we refer to the Global Coal Exit List of the NGO Urgewald
Our commitment to society
Creation of an intra-group ESG committee
Training and awareness-raising of teams
Contribution to the advancement of research in sustainable finance
Recycling of paper, equipment, etc.
Reduction of printing and paper use
Reduction in the use of single-use products
Installation of the filtered running water fountain
Dematerialisation of internal processes
Energy efficiency of premises
Reduction and optimisation of energy consumption
Our commitments in figures
Recycle 100% of electronic equipment, cartridges etc.
Use of 100% recycled, certified paper for internal purposes.
Establish partnerships with humanitarian organisations.
Implement ESG training for employees: Climate Mural, etc.
Carry out a diagnosis of emissions at company level.
Carry out an energy diagnosis at company level.
Complete office renovations to optimise energy efficiency.
Our articles and studies
Our commitment as an investor
ESG analysis based on dual materiality
Positive impact measurement
Normative and sectoral exclusions
Pragmatic and objective management of controversies
Constructive and proactive dialogue
Preventing risks and seizing ESG opportunities
The search for positive impact
Significant direct and indirect contribution
In addition, the company focuses on the positive impact of business. This is done through the relevant UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our specific proprietary tool for the SDG analysis calculates the direct or indirect contribution of each company in our portfolios. The impact analysis contains two components of measuring the positive impact of companies:
- The direct contribution calculation looking for the direct or fundamental correlation between the activity of the invested company and the sustainability objectives,
- The calculation of the indirect contribution, due to its approach, its behaviour and its corporate culture independently of its activity.