Working towards sustainable development with our partners
The primary objective of our infrastructure investments is to create lasting value, and we undertake to make sustainable investments. To live up to this, we are involved in various organisations in order to work with others to identify measures for sustainable growth and actively support them, and to develop and improve general standards within the finance sector.
With our membership in industry associations and our exchange with think tanks, NGOs and globally recognised initiatives for sustainable investment, we play our part in sustainable development, in particular with regard to social, ethical and environmental aspects.
United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is the leading global environmental ity that sets the global environmental agenda, promotes the coherent implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development within the United Nations system and serves as an itative advocate for the global environment.
United Nations Global Compact
The United Nations Global Compact is a pact signed between companies and the UN to make the process of globalisation more social and more ecological. On 31 January 1999 the pact was officially offered to all interested company leaders by Kofi Annan, the general secretary of the UN at the time, in a speech given at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Companies participate in the Global Compact by writing a letter to the UN general secretary. In it they declare their intention to strive towards certain minimum social and ecological standards in future. To this day almost 10,000 companies and 161 nations have joined the compact.
PRI – Principles of Responsible Environment
The PRI is the world's leading proponent of responsible investment. It works to understand the investment implications of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors and to support its international network of investor signatories in integrating these factors into their investment and ownership decisions.
The PRI acts in the long-term interests of its signatories, of the financial markets and economies in which they operate and ultimately of the environment and society as a whole.
The PRI is truly independent. It encourges investors to use responsible investment to enhance returns and better manage risks, but does not operate for its own profit; it engages with global policy makers but is not associated with any government; it is supported by, but not part of, the United Nations.
Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN)
Since its inception in 2009, the GIIN has supported the development of and raised awareness for the emerging field of impact investing by building a strong network of investors and leaders.
The GIIN is a reflection of the diverse community we serve. Through the leadership of our Investors’ Council, the collective ideas of our members, and the dedication of our staff, our Network drives conversation and actions to advance the impact investing industry.
European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP)
The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) is a bilateral foreign chamber which aims to promote financial and business relations between the Philippines and Europe. With over 700 members, the ECCP offers business networking opportunities for companies, organisations and individuals.
It is recognised as a springboard for Europeans into the Philippine market and for the Philippine economy into the European market. The ECCP provides information platforms, a diverse network of contacts and specialist events.
British Chamber of Commerce Philippinen (BCCP)
The British Chamber of Commerce Philippines (BCCP) is an independent, non-profit organisation. It supports the development of business and social contacts between British and Philippine communities.
Currently over 400 entrepreneurs, business people and other key influencers are members of the organisation. The BCCP also works closely with the British Embassy in Manila, UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and with other partners.
FSB Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
The Climate-Related Financial Disclosures Task Force calls for more transparency in corporate climate reporting. Companies are called on to analyse and assess the opportunities and risks arising from climate change.
The aim of the working group, which is headed by Michael R. Bloomberg, is to establish the subject of climate change and the resulting opportunities and risks as a topic in annual and financial reports. This is intended to improve comparability between reporting companies. In addition, companies should make forward-looking statements about the robustness of business models. The recommendations are divided into four subject areas: Governance, strategy, risk management as well as key figures and goals.
UK India Business Council
The UK India Business Council supports businesses with the insights, networks, policy advocacy, services, and facilities needed to succeed in India. It´s first-hand experience of entering and growing businesses in India makes it uniquely qualified.
Working with the UK Government and other influential and connected partners, the UK India Business Council ensures business interests are conveyed to India’s Union and State legislators.
Zentraler Immobilien Ausschuss e.V.
Following the merger between Bundesverband Sachwerte und Investmentvermögen e.V. (bsi) and Zentraler Immobilien Ausschuss e.V. (ZIA), ThomasLloyd will remain a member of one of the most important interest groups in the sector. It sees itself as the voice of the property industry in Germany, aggregating and representing the interests of its members in public, political and administrative affairs.
BVI, the association for investment fund management companies and investment funds
The German Investment Funds Association BVI is the point of contact for politicians and supervisory ities on all issues related to the German Capital Investment Code (Kapitalanlagegesetzbuch, KAGB), and represents the interests of the German fund industry at national and international level. BVI members manage assets of more than EUR 3 trillion for private investors, insurance companies, retirement benefit schemes, banks, churches and foundations. They are -directly or indirectly- in charge of the assets of some 50 million private clients in over 21 million households.