The strategic positioning of Raiffeisen Capital Management on the subject of sustainability is progressing rapidly. Sustainable investing is integrated even more into all investment processes - with the medium-term goal of managing the entire range of funds according to ESG criteria.
Sustainability and responsibility have become important criteria for choosing an investment. Anyone who invests money is also responsible for what happens to it. This applies to investors as well as to us as an investment company.
Going beyond responsible investment
Raiffeisen Capital Management is committed to comprehensive, upright, and holistic sustainability and even goes a step further with its corporate volunteering and social sponsoring.
We seek to generate returns while ensuring a livable future. And to achieve this, we employ a successful combination of instruments: fundamental principles, ongoing dialogue, and a far-reaching network and partnerships. This also entails transparent reporting.
The number one provider of SRI retail funds in Austria
According to a survey published by the business consultancy firm rfu – Mag. Reinhard Friesenbichler Unternehmensberatung at the end of April 2020, Raiffeisen Capital Management has substantially expanded its leadership in the market for SRI retail finds (as of 12/2019). At EUR 4.1 billion as of the end of 2019, Raiffeisen Capital Management has more than doubled its fund volume in this segment (+133%) and is the clear number one with a market share of 32.6%.
This is a marketing material of Raiffeisen Kapitalanlage GmbH, as of 05/2020.
The published prospectuses, information for investors pursuant to § 21 AIFMG, and customer information documents (Key Investor Information Documents) for the investment funds of Raiffeisen Kapitalanlage-Gesellschaft m.b.H. which are registered for sale in Slovakia are available in English and in Slovakian at www.rcm-international.com/sk and at the office responsible for the payment and sales of fund units at Tatra banka, a. s., Bratislava 55, Hodžovo nám. 3.