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We support commodity value chains throughout emerging markets worldwide.



INOKS Capital publishes its 2018 IMPACT Report

INOKS Capital’s impact journey started in 2006 and since then we have continuously refined our investment processes by developing strong proprietary tools and overlays. In this 3rd edition, we detail our Impact and ESG framework and how the positive externalities can be measured.

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Our Vision


We have come a long way since the launch of our first Fund in August 2006, but for us it has always been about staying true to a simple vision: helping companies to grow in all business dimensions, including ensuring that our investees are leaders in the field of social and environmental responsibility.

We are driven by the challenge of channelling capital to the businesses that need it the most, in particular those small and medium sized companies within emerging economies that struggle access it. We believe that these will be the leaders of tomorrow.

Our Mission


We are an independent, alternative asset manager, authorized by FINMA and headquartered in Geneva (Switzerland). Since 2006 we strive to generate sustainable growth by structuring secure and efficient capital solutions, via collective and segregated investment vehicles.

The fund vehicles that we manage target developing economies worldwide to channel capital to local, non-speculative commodity value chain participants. We act as a catalyst for local growth, through which both the investor and the investee can benefit from tangible value creation and sustained performance.

For us, providing capital to commodity value chains is not about leveraging traders or speculators that bet on price volatility. We exclusively focus on supporting tangible actors of the real economy, which contribute to the growth of resilient value chains which positively impact their community.

Our Values

Our investments seek to contribute positive impacts towards the following sustainable development goals (SDGs):

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    Poverty alleviation: by providing capital to underserviced economies we strive to reduce poverty (SDG no.1)

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    Food security: by supporting agricultural value chains and local consumption we strive to reduce hunger (SDG no.2)

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    Environmental protection: by promoting environmentally respectful methods of production we strive to combat climate change (SDGs no.13 & 15)

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    Corporate governance: via active collaborations we strive to promote better practices and governance in the workplace (SDG no.8)


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    Sidra capital

    Sidra Capital

    Licensed by the Saudi Capital Market Authority in 2009, Sidra Capital is a financial services company that manages alternative assets in excess of SAR 3.8 billion, with whom we have partnered to launch several Shari’ah compliant investment funds.




    Swiss Investment Fund for Emerging Markets

    The Swiss Investment Fund for Emerging Markets is the development finance institution of the Swiss Confederation, that promotes sustainable economic growth in emerging countries by financially supporting SMEs to create secure and permanent jobs and reduce poverty.


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    Quadia Smart Ideas


    Our Impact Advisor Quadia is a Geneva-based asset manager that places sustainability as a pillar of risk management and economic valuation. It provides the strategic evaluation required to effectively report on the impacts of our investments on commodity value chains stakeholders.



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    Alternative Investment Management Association

    AIMA represents the interests of the fund industry as a whole since 1990, ensuring its members' voices are heard by policymakers, regulators and the media. AIMA provides guidance on regulatory and tax issues and provides information through the AIMA journal and its annual conference.


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    Sustainable Finance Geneva

    SFG is an association of Geneva-based professionals and investors promoting sustainable finance and responsible investment. It draws members from a variety of activities such as Socially Responsible Investing (SRI), microfinance, philanthropy and social entrepreneurship.


  • Eurosif


    European Sustainable and Responsible Investment Forum

    Eurosif is the pan-European membership organisation whose mission is to promote sustainability in European financial markets via public policy related-activities, in-depth primary or secondary research and the expertise of its network, with both the industry and policy-makers.


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    Forum Nachhaltige Geldanlangen

    FNG promotes sustainable investment in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and has over 150 corporate members. It aims to promote sustainable financial products whilst helping to shape the necessary political, legal and economic framework to implement them.


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    Principles for Responsible Investment

    The PRI Initiative is an international network of investors working together to understand the implications of sustainability for investors and support signatories to incorporate these issues into their investment decision making and ownership practices.


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    Swiss African Business Circle


    Swiss-African Business Circle

    SABC is a B2B association promoting contacts and links between Switzerland and Africa. It offers a platform on which to exchange experiences, projects and ideas, fostering partnerships and opening new business perspectives between members in Switzerland and Africa.