In order to build maximum long-term value creation, eEquity is convinced that it is of utmost importance to consider the environmental, social and governance implications of our investments and also influence our portfolio companies to act in a socially responsible manner.
eEquity is a member of the Swedish Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (“SVCA”), the industry body and public policy advocate for the private equity and venture capital industry in Sweden, and has committed to follow SVCA’s ethical guidelines. Further, it is eEquity’s policy to follow and support the UN Principles for Responsible Investment.
To reflect this eEquity has developed and adopted the following Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) Policy. We make sure to take into account potential environmental and social issues throughout our investment horizon spanning from initial due diligence and investment decision, through the holding period, and our exit strategy.
eEquity aim to identify potential ESG issues and take into consideration into our due diligence, decision-making and management practices in various ways through three different lenses depending on the particular investment opportunity.
Karma is a rescue food app reducing the amount of food that is not consumed.
NA-KD is a fast fashion retailer that is launching NA-KD Circle allowing all customers to buy pre-owned NA-KD clothing.
CO2 neutral by compensating for all CO2 pollution from transports.
Swap is a leading company in the US for inexpensive pre-owned retailing (online thrift store)
Footway is CO2 neutral by compensating for all CO2 pollution from transports