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We already have an ambitious programme of initiatives under way to identify and apply good ESG practices across our business and investments. Working with our partners in iCI will help us to accelerate climate-related transparency across our portfolio and share key learnings with the wider industry.
Aga Siemiginowska
Head of Sustainability, Oakley Capital
29 Sep 21

Oakley Capital (“Oakley”) is pleased to announce it is joining Initiative Climat International (“iCI”), a platform of leading private equity investors dedicated to understanding and reducing carbon emissions from private equity-backed companies.

iCI was established in 2015 to address the significant and real threat that climate change poses to the global economy, society and ecosystems. The growing size and importance of private equity means the industry increasingly has an important role to play in reducing carbon emissions and supporting the transition to a low-carbon economy. At the same time, recognising and addressing climate-related financial risks can help protect the value of investment portfolios. Collaboration is a key driver for iCI and members commit to sharing best practice, key learnings and resources to accelerate change.

Oakley Capital Founder and Managing Partner Peter Dubens commented:

“Oakley’s culture is characterised by ethical principles that guide how we strive to build successful businesses in a responsible, sustainable way. We are committed to engaging with our portfolio companies and industry peers to deliver meaningful carbon mitigation and I believe that collaborating with iCI will help us to reach this goal.”

iCI is endorsed by the UN-sponsored Principles for Responsible Investment (“PRI”), of which Oakley Capital is also a signatory.

We already have an ambitious programme of initiatives under way to identify and apply good ESG practices across our business and investments. Working with our partners in iCI will help us to accelerate climate-related transparency across our portfolio and share key learnings with the wider industry.
Aga Siemiginowska
Head of Sustainability, Oakley Capital

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