The bee-vitally is important for: food security, ecosystem and – mankind.
INOKS Capital is proud to be a sponsor of a new beehive in the Geneva area (Vessy) that supports between 40’000 during mid-summer up to 80’000 bees! The area profits from a large floral variety and the honey is 100% natural and the beekeeper Stéphanie Vuadens best respects and cares for the bees. Food security is one of the impact themes the investment vehicles managed by INOKS Capital seek to foster and a majority of our food is dependent on pollinators which is handled by – bees. “If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man”, quote by Albert Einstein. Please find more information on the foundation “Arche des Abeilles” here:Learn more
Hedgeweek European Awards: INOKS Capital has been recognized as Best Emerging Manager Fund in the Credit Strategy
INOKS Capital is proud to announce that the Ancile Luxembourg Fund SICAV-FIS - Ancile Mature Fund won the Hedgeweek European Award 2021 in the credit category. The Hedgeweek European Awards 2021 recognize the best in the European hedge fund industry, from fund managers to service providers, covering all areas of the hedge fund ecosystem.Learn more
INOKS Capital S.A. announces its compliance with the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Requirement (SFDR – UE 2019/2088).
As an Impact Asset Manager, INOKS Capital is passionate to foster aligned communication in the financial sector regarding the integration of sustainability into investment decision-making. INOKS seeks to align its disclosure with the EU Requirements regarding : (i) The integration of sustainability risks into its investment processes (our Do no Harm Strategy), (ii) Its understanding of the principal adverse impact of its investment and its integration into investment processes (our Do no Harm Strategy), (iii) The sustainable investment objectives of each investment (our Do Good Strategy) .Learn more
INOKS has been selected this year again to the ImpactAssets 50 2021
INOKS Capital is proud to be have been selected this year again to the ImpactAssets 50! The ImpactAssets 50 recognizes experienced asset managers committed to generating positive impact, across a breadth of geographies and asset classes.Learn more
Have you read The GIIN’s latest research in which INOKS Capital participated?
Have you read The Global Impact Investing Network’s latest research in which INOKS Capital S.A. participated: Decision-making: Insights on Financial Performance? This new study indicates that impact investors are approaching performance and capital allocation with increasing sophistication to achieve financial and impact objectives, marking signs of a maturing industry. Furthermore, one of the key findings reveals that Impact debt funds are especially important for risk mitigation and diversification!Learn more
INOKS Capital is pleased to present its 2019 Impact Report
What is the impact footprint generated by INOKS Capital's Do No Harm (ESG) and Do Good (IMPACT) strategy and how is INOKS seeking to bring additionality? You will find these details and much more in INOKS's 4th Impact Report as this vintage seeks: - to provide an overview on INOKS’s investees' positive externalities, focusing on INOKS's 4 Impact Themes and associated 6 SDGs, - to show case 2 case studies discussing value addition generated through INOKS's investees in the cocoa and cotton value chains in sub-Saharan Africa, - with new sections to explain why Technical Assistance is the extra mile being geared for embedment in the investments and to position INOKS in the eco-system. To download INOKS’s 2019 Impact Report, please click on the below link.Learn more
INOKS’s contribution to ACC’s Financing the Economy 2020 Research
INOKS Capital is proud to be featured in the latest edition of the ACC's Financing the Economy Research, produced in partnership with Allen & Overy. This year’s paper, which draws on data from 49 investment management firms representing more than $431bn AuM, shows that private credit managers will provide borrowers with over $100bn of capital during 2020. As well as providing new finance, private credit managers have also supported COVID-19 affected businesses with flexible finance solutions and pragmatic approaches towards forbearance or recapitalisation. Please click on the link below for more information on this new release (INOKS's case study on financing rice production in Ivory Coast is on p.28).Learn more
INOKS’s contribution to IFZ Sustainable Investments Study of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts 2020
INOKS Capital is proud to have participated to and to be featured in the IFZ Sustainable Investments Study 2020. This year, the study focuses on sustainable thematic funds: the assets of sustainable funds in Switzerland have increased by 60% over the last 12 months despite the Corona crisis and climate and environmental funds are particularly popular... However, only a minority of these investments explicitly promise a positive impact on the environment and society. Please click on the link below for more information on this new release (INOKS's contribution in German on p.207).Learn more