At Gresham House, we recognise that in order to achieve our climate and sustainable investing ambitions, we must lead by example and align our actions with our corporate purpose.
Operating authentically and in a sustainable manner is critical to our success as a business and employer, and to ensuring we play our part in tackling the climate emergency and other key issues affecting people and the planet.
In the coming years we will ensure that our sustainability and climate ambitions remain a central part of our growth story and hence global economic growth.
Gresham House is well-positioned to take advantage of the increasing investor focus on the transition to a low-carbon economy.
We provide our clients with the opportunity to invest in a range of investment strategies that have long-term investment horizons and offer the potential for returns that are tied to climate-related opportunities.
We have prepared this report in line with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), a framework that helps public companies more effectively disclose their climate-related risks and opportunities.
This report aims to provide our clients, shareholders and other key stakeholders with a better understanding of our exposure to climate-related risks and the climate-related opportunities that we are pursuing.
It outlines how we consider climate-related matters in our business operations, and how these map to the four TCFD thematic areas of Governance, Strategy, Risk Management and Metrics and Targets.
We have reported against the recommendations in full this year, a year earlier than required. We remain committed, however to continuing to improve both the quality and granularity of our climate-related disclosures over time.