As a “responsible” asset management group with a long-term vision, La Française anticipates tomorrow’s challenges and adapts its current strategy accordingly.
A responsible employer
Developing skills, uniting teams, promoting personal development, installing new project-based working methods, but also attracting new talents are the pivotal concerns for La Française as a socially-responsible employer.
52 - 48
men - women
in the Group
Students were welcomed for internships or work / study programmes in 2015
Of employees have had at least one training course during the year
Figures as at 31/12/2015
La Française, committed to SAI
Strongly committed to SRI since 2009 with the launch of the first SRI collective real estate investment vehicle on the market, the group has placed CSR at the core of its philosophy since 2010 when it signed the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).
La Française has been a signatory of the AFG-FIR transparency code since its creation and is a member of the Forum for Responsible Investment (FIR). The Group is also a signatory of the Carbon Disclosure Project and of Japan’s Stewardship Code (since February 2015).
La Française is committed to reducing its carbon footprint by controlling this indicator every two years. It has also installed its head office in a building thatcomplies with strict environmental standards.
Commitments and sponsorship
Green Cross France et Territoires
Agence du Don en Nature
Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle épinière
An asset manager with convictions
La Française committed to responsible investment very early on and strengthened this conviction with the SAI (Strategically Aware Investing) philosophy. This approach enhances traditional ESG analysis with two additional criteria: issuers’ capacity to innovate and to adapt. This approach:
- Seeks to outperform the market with active management, given the possibility to include in portfolios a large array of securities selected for their potential and their resilience;
- In terms of risk, takes into consideration the risk of significant loss, related to potential stranded assets.