Social Inequalities and Environmental Footprints

Successive economic crises have made Spain a society with great economic and social inequalities, and huge environmental footprints.

The effect of the current economic crisis has been amplified in Spain, due to the fact that the structural conditions of the Spanish economy (low labor productivity, too much weight of the real estate/construction sector, excessive dependence on tourism) make the resilience of the economy be very limited.

Regarding the environmental problems faced in Spain, it should be noted that Spain is one of the European countries most affected by climate change.


Impact Investment

Investment made with the intention of generating positive, measurable, social and environmental impact together with a financial return by follow strong environmental, social and governance standards in all activities.

We will also ensure a powerful social impact involving disadvantaged groups such as the disabled, long-term unemployed population, women and other groups with high risk of exclusion.