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Responsible investments

Rhenman & Partners works to invest in a long-term sustainable and responsible manner. We are active managers and carefully select fund holdings based on a thorough company analysis. In the day-to-day management, factors such as the company’s business model, market position and growth opportunities as well as various types of risks and sustainability factors are assessed.

In November 2019, Rhenman & Partners became a signatory to the United Nations backed Principles for Responsible Investment. As a result, Rhenman & Partners becomes part of a global network that works to integrate environmental, social and corporate governance related factors (ESG) into its investment and ownership guidelines. Rhenman & Partners is also a member of Swesif.

Integration of sustainability risks
Rhenman & Partners’ approach to integrating sustainability and minimizing the principal adverse impacts of our investment decisions comprises three main strategies, (1) inclusion, (2) exclusion and (3) ongoing dialogue. ESG factors (risks and opportunities) are considered for all direct equity investments, potential and existing. Please find Rhenman & Partners Policy for Responsible Investment below.

Consideration of Principal Adverse Impacts on sustainability factors (PAI)
Rhenman & Partners Asset Management considers principal adverse impacts of its investment decisions on sustainability factors. Please find our latest PAI statement below.

Remuneration policy
Rhenman & Partners’ remuneration policy shall ensure that the remuneration structure supports the integration of sustainability risks and does not encourage excessive risk taking with respect to direct or indirect sustainability risks.

Policy for responsible investment

Statement on principal adverse impacts

Full sustainability related disclosures for Rhenman Healthcare Equity L/S

Remuneration policy (in Swedish)