Statement of sustainable investment objective for the Arbaro Fund is in accordance with Article 10 of Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 on sustainability‐related disclosures in the financial services sector (SFDR).
We are pleased to provide you with the Arbaro Fund’s Annual Sustainability Report for the year 2022. Finally, with the main challenges of Covid-19 behind us, Arbaro was able to fully commit the Fund to a total of seven investments, of which three had been already executed in prior years, three were fully executed during the year, and one was committed, but only executed in early 2023. These seven projects make the final composition of the Arbaro Fund, and now the focus is on developing these projects.
To explor more, read our Sustainability Report 2022.
We are pleased to provide you with the Arbaro Fund’s Annual Sustainability Report for the year 2021. After a couple of challenging years due to Covid-19, we have been successful in making investments into three projects, in Ghana, Sierra Leone and Paraguay, and have made significant progress in other pipeline projects in Latin America. This has paved the way to close 2022 with a full deployment of the Arbaro Fund.
For details, read our Sustainability Report 2021.
We are pleased to provide you with the Annual Sustainability Report of the Arbaro Fund. While the year was certainly characterized by restrictions, uncertainty and lockdowns, we are happy to say that we still made good progress towards our target of delivering sustainable environmental and social impact. More information on the impacts of Covid-19 on our operations can be found in this report.
For details, read our Sustainability Report 2020.
We are pleased to provide you with the Arbaro Fund’s first Annual Sustainability Report. We are excited to plant the seeds for delivering sustainable environmental and social impact as part of the Arbaro Fund’s mission. Only a few months after its first closing in July 2018 with commitments of USD 60.2 million, the Arbaro Fund made its first investment in Miro Forestry Developments in Ghana and Sierra Leone in November 2018. As its second investment, the Fund established a new forestry company in Paraguay in June 2019.
For details, read our Sustainability Report 2019.