Our proprietary technology, the Personal Impact Engine, designs your investment so that you invest in high-impact companies – without compromising returns.
Transparency and personalisation are at the heart of our approach. You own every stock in your portfolio, and we work to make sure your investment achieves traceable impact in the real world.
For example, through Inyova events, you speak directly with decision-makers at companies you invest in. And through green bonds, you invest in certified sustainability projects.
The Inyova universe
To enter the Inyova Universe, a company must be a champion in at least one of our impact topics. It also must satisfy our stringent financial criteria.
Our universe currently includes around 300 companies. From this, Inyova’s Personal Impact Engine selects 30-40 that fit with your chosen impact topics and exclusion criteria. It also builds your strategy according to best practices for diversification, risk-optimisation, and liquidity.
If you make adjustments to your strategy, our engine continues to ensure your mix of companies is financially sound. This way, you can control where your money goes – without compromising your returns.
Handprint: a company’s products & services
We believe a company’s biggest environmental and social impact comes from the products and services it puts into the world. That’s why we give this ‘handprint’ more weight than its ‘footprint‘.
For each ‘handprint’ impact topic, we identify champions by deep-diving into the company’s overall product portfolio, assessing its audited reports and analysing third-party data.
Footprint: a company’s operational impact
When investing sustainably, many people want to put additional focus on companies that are leaders in eco-friendly manufacturing or treatment of workers. After all, an innovative climate solution is even more impactful if the company also champions gender equality.
Exclusion: reject specific activities
With Inyova, you ‘vote with your wallet’ and divest from companies that are involved in activities that clash with your personal values – for example, meat and animal testing.
Every company is assessed on both sustainability & finances
Sustainability criteria for companies
Financial criteria for companies
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Many people ask us what the specific criteria is for each impact topic, and how we decide the mix of companies and bonds for each impact investor. You might also be wondering how we ensure your portfolio is diversified. Our whitepaper addresses these topics in detail.