Forum Nachhaltige Geldanlagen (FNG)
Forum Nachhaltige Geldanlagen (FNG), founded in 2001, is the industry association promoting sustainable investment in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It has over 150 corporate members, including banks, investment management companies, insurance companies, rating agencies, investment companies, asset managers, financial advisers and NGOs, and around 30 individual member. FNG profits from the services provided by Eurosif, the umbrella organisation acting at the European level to coordinate the activities of the national forums.
Perennium SA is a member of FNG.
Forum pour l’Investissement Responsable (FIR)
The French Social Investment Forum (French SIF), founded in 2001, is an association regrouping asset owners, asset managers, social and environmental experts, consultants, academics and citizens. Their common goal is the promotion of sustainable and responsible investment. The French SIF was a founding member of Eurosif , the umbrella organisation acting at the European level to coordinate the activities of the national and regional forums.
Perennium SA is a member of the French SIF.
Sustainable Finance Geneva (SFG)
Sustainable Finance Geneva (SFG) is an association of Geneva-based professionals and investors with a common interest in promoting sustainable finance and responsible investment. SFG was founded by a diverse group of practitioners that are at the forefront of sustainable finance in Geneva and around the world. SFG members are involved in a wide range of activities such as Socially Responsible Investing (SRI), Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) research, data and ratings, microfinance, philanthropy, corporate social responsibility and social entrepreneurship.
Arnaud Apffel, representing Perennium SA, is a member of SFG.
The Conservation Finance Alliance (CFA)
The Conservation Finance Alliance (CFA) is a collaborative network helping to address the challenges of sustainable financing for conservation. The survival and well-being of all species require healthy ecosystems, whose conservation depends on long-term, extensive and effective funding. Together, governments, multilateral agencies, NGOs, private companies, academic institutions, and independent experts, cooperate to promote conservation finance solutions through exchanging information and expertise and developing studies and tools.
Perennium is a member of CFA.