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EMH Partners GmbH*
*EMH Partners GmbH acts solely in an advisory function for funds managed or advised by it.
Maximilian Kuss and Sebastian Kuss, Alter Hof, Dienerstr. 12, 80331 Munich
Registered in Munich
Register-ID: HRB 214234
VAT-ID according to §27 a UStG: DE296986340
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EMH Digital Growth Fund GmbH & Co. KG benefits from the support of the European Union under the Equity Facility for Growth established under Regulation (EU) No. 1287/2013 of the European Parliament and the Council establishing a Programme for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and small and medium enterprises (COSME) (2014-2020).
European Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (EU 2019/2088)
We recognize the importance of identifying, assessing, and managing material sustainability risks as an integral part of doing business.
ESG risk management is embedded in our investment process, i.e., in the way investments are sourced and investment decisions are made, and it is also part of our ongoing portfolio and asset management activities. We consider sustainability risks at all stages of our investment, holding and exit phases.
EMH has carefully evaluated the requirements of the PAI regime in Article 4 of the SFDR, and in the draft Regulatory Technical Standards which were published in April 2020 (“PAI regime”). EMH is supportive of the aims of the PAI regime, to improve transparency to clients, investors and the market, as well as to address the negative impact of investment decisions on sustainability factors for financial market participants.
Regardless of the PAI regime, EMH has implemented numerous positive ESG-related initiatives and policies, as part of its overall commitment to ESG matters.