At Sherpa we manage private equity funds with the objective of creating long-term sustainable business groups with a differential value proposition.
We believe that achieving this objective requires the integration of environmental, social and corporate governance factors throughout the investment process, seeking to generate long-term financial value.
This belief allows us to align ESG factors with our fiduciary work, supporting our investees in obtaining long-term financial returns, mitigating the negative impacts of their activity, and seeking a positive impact on job preservation and creation.
In addition, we integrate ESG factors into the investment process in response to our stakeholder's concerns.
Sherpa believes that the human team is the key to our success, and therefore considers it necessary to have an ESG governance structure that defines, manages, measures, and evaluates the ESG actions to be implemented.
Sherpa has been a signatory to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment ("UN PRI") since 2018, always with the aim of integrating sustainability best practices into our investment processes.
Sherpa is committed to contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through its activities. Sherpa aims to have a positive impact on SDG 8, SDG 9 and SDG 16.
Sherpa is subject to the Regulation on sustainability‐related disclosures in the financial services sector (EU 2019/2088).
At Sherpa we consider ESG criteria throughout the investment process, integrating sustainability risks within the meaning of Article 3 of the Regulation.
Sherpa does not consider the principal adverse sustainability impacts set out in Article 4 of the Regulation, although we are committed to collecting environmental, social and governance indicators on an annual basis. Sherpa's Remuneration Policy includes ESG issues in the computation of the annual variable remuneration of our professionals in accordance with Article 5 of the Regulation.
For more information, see the Responsible Investment Policy.