EUROSIF A.I.S.B.L (EUROPEAN SUSTAINABLE INVESTMENT FORUM)
association internationale sans but lucratif
IV - Think tanks, research and academic institutions
Think tanks and research institutions
Rue du Progrès, 333/11
(+32) 0 2 274 14 35
Mr Giuseppe van der Helm
Ms François Passant
EUROSIF, the European Sustainable Investment Forum, is the pan-European network whose mission is to address sustainability through the financial markets. Eurosif works as a partnership of the national Sustainable Investment Forums (SIFs) within the EU and with the support and involvement of over 85 Member Affiliates. Recognised as the premier European forum for sustainable investment, Eurosif’s Member Affiliates are drawn from leading pension funds, asset managers, NGO’s, trade unions, academic institutes and research providers, together representing assets totalling over €1 trillion. The main activities of Eurosif are public policy, research and creating platforms for nurturing sustainable investing best practices.
Eurosif currently focuses on 4 policy priorities:
1. Fostering greater incorporation of non-financial aspects into institutional investors’ investment decisions.
2. Promoting active and long-term oriented share-ownership.
3. Fostering transparency, accountability to and awareness of individual investors.
4. Progressing relevant corporate transparency.
Eurosif is running a bi-annual European Market SRI study which is recognized as the authoritative study on sustainable and responsible investment in Europe.
Long Term Investment Intergroup
50%: 1 25%: 1
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Other regional Social Investment Forum (SIF in the US, SIO in Canada, RIAA in Australia, AsRia in Asia)
01/2014 - 12/2014
10,000 € - 24,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
Eurosif is financed through its membership fees (member affiliates include organisations such as pension funds, asset managers, research agencies etc.) and sponsorship of its studies. Eurosif received a small, project-based grant from the European Commission in 2012.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.