DIVERSITY & SOCIAL GOVERNANCE POLICY
Seagrave Capital Management understands that due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, public debt has risen across the world to a critical level. In a result many countries still have a drop in the real economy, high unemployment and economic fallback that are still echoed today. After the crisis, Seagrave Capital Management took an extensive look into restoring the confidence to contribute to the social and economic growth in Japan and Asia.
Seagrave Capital Management is committed to offer equal employment and advancement opportunities for all qualified individuals without distinction or discrimination because of race, color, religious beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, physical and mental disability, age, pregnancy, veteran status, ancestry, place of origin or other basis prohibited by law.
Seagrave Capital Management is dedicated to creating an inclusive work environment that values each individual’s contributions and provides opportunity for each person to develop. We recognize that we must work together every day to respect the different backgrounds, perspectives and experiences of people at the firm and to support our colleagues so they have the ability to develop to their full potential. These values strengthen our ability to work together as a team so that we can strive to provide our clients with the best investment returns and client services available.
Seagrave Capital Management believe that investing in companies with high quality environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) standards ultimately leads to greater value creation and enhanced risk management for our clients and also contributes to the long-term sustainability and health of the global economy.
As long-term investors, ESG characteristics play an important role throughout our investment approach. They are embedded into our rigorous fundamental bottom-up research process as one of many dynamics that lead to our decision to invest in any given company. We believe that strong ESG attributes generally lead to increased revenue growth, productivity, innovation and leadership. They also reduce regulatory, litigation and reputational risk. Management teams that cannot articulate risk factors inherent in their businesses are not considered for investment.