Sustainability / Sustainability Risks
(Regulation (EU) 2019/2088: Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation [SFDR])
The term “sustainability risks” refers to the risk of an actual or potential loss in value of an investment due to the occurrence of environmental, social or governance (ESG) events. In line with the European Union’s understanding of sustainability, sustainability should not be limited to environmental aspects, but should rather take into account the entire ESG spectrum (Environment, Social and Governance). NSF Wealth Management Trust reg. is subject to disclosure requirements under the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) in this regard. In fulfillment of these disclosure obligations, we are disclosing the following:
- NSF Wealth Management Trust reg. recognizes its responsibility to ensure a livable future for generations to come.
- NSF Wealth Management Trust reg. does not currently implement the strategies for incorporating sutainability risks into the investment decision-making process as required by EU regulations and consequently does not take into account the adverse impact on sutainability factors. This is due, among other things, to the fact that not all relevant information on this is yet available. In addition, their evaluation does not currently show any relevant impact on portfolio returns because, due to the broad diversification and the performance achieved in the past, a relevant impact on the overall portfolio cannot be assumed, although past performance is of course not indicative of future performance.
- The remuneration policy of NSF Wealth Management Trust reg. is ESG neutral. However, we will closely monitor developments in this area and will inform you here of any changes.