ESG

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria are a set of standards that take into consideration the environmental, social, and governance structure of a company when making investment decisions.

The Environmental aspect of ESG examines how a company interacts and impacts its environment. The Social aspect examines how a company manages its relationship with employees, customers, and communities where they operate. Governance deals with a company’s leadership, executive pay, and shareholder rights.

As the sustainability of our world is being called into question, it becomes apparent that incorporating Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria in investment decision-making has never been more essential.

At Avestix, we are committed to maintaining a focus on long-term sustainability and returns. This we do by investing in assets that will stand the test of time, as the world moves to a more sustainable workflow.

The ESG investment sector is still young and constantly evolving. With our years of experience and expertise as active investment managers, we seek to serve as a guide to our clients on the journey to mastery of the ESG sector.

Investment Philosophy

Corporate ESG

We at Avestix understand that Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) values are critical to the survival of the Earth, and by extension, humans as a species.

As a result, we welcome the personal corporate responsibility of being a key player in the broad and cultural shift to a more sustainable investment strategy.

Our corporate commitment extends to our people, society, relationships, and governance structure.

Investment ESG

As experienced investment professionals, our first and major commitment is to our client’s interests and goals – smartly managing and growing their capital amongst other fiducial responsibilities

At no point in history have ESG factors been so vital in helping investors manage risks than now.

We offer bespoke services to each of our clients, understanding that each client is special and varies in risk profile and attitudes towards sustainability

Investment Methodology