Zug/Zurich, 20 May 2022 – SUSI Partners is pleased to announce the publication of its 2021 Sustainability Report. The report tracks the firm’s efforts in engaging with all stakeholders to ensure the long-term viability of both the firm itself and the investments made on behalf of institutional clients – all while pursuing the company’s purpose: to realise a sustainable future, today.
2021 Sustainability Report
While much of 2021 was still overshadowed by the global pandemic, SUSI did not let it slow down its efforts in advancing the energy transition and the continuous and systematic integration of sustainability principles into its activities. In their cover letter, Co-CEOs Marius Dorfmeister and Marco van Daele state: “In these turbulent times, we focused on what we can control: continuing to build SUSI Partners in line with our purpose, mission and values. We recognise that by fusing our individual talents, we can have a positive impact on the world, doing our part so that the people in it can benefit from financial security, a flourishing society, and a healthy planet. In times that require flexibility and agility, retaining a firm sense of direction is all the more important.”
This year’s report describes SUSI’s stakeholder-driven approach to doing business, and how the company’s purpose, mission, and values are instrumental to building a sustainable company. It furthermore gives insight into the various initiatives of the past year, including contributions to global sustainability initiatives, efforts to drive forward the market-wide standardisation of greenhouse gas reporting, and the continuous expansion of the firm’s systematic approach to sustainable investing.
Hopeful that most societies have a much better handle on managing the pandemic going forward, the Co-CEOs conclude: “Equipped with the knowledge that we have the capacity to prevail and succeed under challenging circumstances, we are as fervent as ever to tackle the challenge that too often had to take a backseat in the public awareness over the last two years. Climate change is and will remain the defining challenge of our time, and we look forward to further tackling it together with our teams, our clients, and other stakeholders in the years to come.”