Sustainable investing

For planet and people. Investing with honesty, integrity, fairness and respect

01 ESG

The pollen street ESG policy

Environmental


Social


Governance

PSC invests responsibly and carefully considers any potential investment and the associated company’s attitude to waste management, energy and sourcing as part of its pre-investment process. Should a company not comply with relevant statutory or regulatory requirements then PSC will seek assurance that management has realistic plans in place to resolve this within a reasonable time frame. PSC will work with its investee companies to ensure that environmental legislation is adhered to and insist that any breach is reported to the necessary authorities and the Board of PSC.

PSC seeks to ensure that labour and working conditions of the investee companies meet the required regulatory standards to safeguard the health and safety of the employees; and to promote the social development of the communities in which they operate.

PSC will not invest in any company that is:

  • Directly or indirectly involved in the production, sale, supply or distribution of cluster munitions, landmines, nuclear weapons, chemical weapons, biological weapons or depleted uranium.
  • Listed on the stock exchange of Myanmar, Sudan, North Korea, Iran and/or Somalia or that is registered or has its principal place of business in any of these countries; nor whose turnover substantially (50% or more) originates from these countries.
  • Directly or indirectly and primarily involved in the growth, manufacture, or sale of tobacco products; but excluding, for the avoidance of doubt, any company involved in the supply chain related to the manufacture or trading of non-tobacco components of tobacco products.

PSC believes in, and promotes, honesty, integrity, fairness and respect in all its business dealings. The firm is committed to making every effort to meet stakeholders’ expectations and provide them with clear and transparent information. PSC has adopted a responsible and ethical approach to governance, especially regarding issues such as anti-money laundering, anti-corruption and reputational due diligence.

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