EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (the “SFDR”)
The EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR), as mandated by Article 4, requires EuroMena FMC Limited (referred to as "EuroMena" or the "Company") to show how Sustainability Factors are incorporated into investment decisions and the assessment of sustainability risks' potential impacts. Read More
We have developed the Environmental and Social Management System (“ESMS”) in which we formally incorporate the consideration of Environmental and Social factors into our investment processes.
The EuroMena Funds is a member of the Investors for Governance & Integrity (IGI) network and commits to protect shareholders rights and promote sound corporate governance as set forth in the declaration.
In September 2017, The EuroMena Funds committed to the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative. This initiative is a call for companies to align strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption. Collaboration with the UNGC is a commitment to prove that responsible business practices can bring about powerful change in markets and societies.
WOMEN ON BOARD
EuroMena aims to embed a new culture that will erode the prejudice against women and trigger the economy to work at full capacity. The EuroMena Funds is committed to inspiring gender diversity in the Arab world. Accordingly, we have leveraged our intellectual capital and resources to engage, support, and empower women in our own firm, on the boards of the companies we deal with, and throughout the communities we live and work in. We aspire to fill the gender gap in the business world, further influencing public policy and honoring women with the leadership positions they deserve. To learn more about The EuroMena Funds “Women on Board” initiative, EuroMena sponsored the drafting of the Women On Board Report 2016