We are an impact-driven investment company with the aim to empower innovation that improves lives. By investing in the most innovative healthtech companies we contribute to the availability, accessibility and acceptability of quality healthcare while at the same time maintaining cultural sensitivity and high ethical standards. The positive impacts of our investments correlate with the economic value created in our portfolio companies.
By growing the companies, we are able to generate top quartile returns and at the same time contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Recognizing that the generation of long-term sustainable returns is dependent on stable, well-functioning and well-governed social, environmental, and economic systems, we incorporate ESG in every step of our investment process, especially with regard to measuring our impacts.
As an investor with social investment objective, our business contributes to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals. By leveraging innovative digital technologies (SDG 9), we want to improve access to quality healthcare (SDG 3) services, reduce inequalities (SDG 10), and promote gender equality (SDG 5).
The SFDR has been established in March 2021 by the European Commission. The goal is to support asset owners to compare, select and monitor the sustainability characteristics of investment funds by standardizing disclosures. MTIP Fund II and future funds are classified SFDR Art. 9 targeting social investments that deliver strong financial as well as social impact.
Moreover, we use additional metrics for measuring and mitigating potential negative impacts on the planet and society stemming from our investments. Necessary KPIs are tracked and reported under SFDR Art. 9 to ensure the Principal Adverse Impact and Do No Significant Harm (“DNSH”).
Our specific SFDR disclosures are published on the investor portal.
All fund assets must be categorized as ‘sustainable’
Investments in an economic activity that contribute to a measurable environmental or social objective
Investments do not significantly harm any of environmental or social objectives (as mentioned in Art 2 (17) SFDR)
The company has established good governance practices
MTIP´s investments contribute to a future vision that economically or socially disadvantaged communities can also get the preventive care, diagnosis, treatments, and monitoring that they need, which ultimately fosters social cohesion, social integration, and better labor relations.
The impact tracker uses the AAAQ framework as a conceptual reference for determining individual contributions by MTIP’s investment. The AAAQ concept is a framework that can be used to evaluate the effectiveness and equity of healthcare interventions. The MTIP Impact Tracker measures the portfolios contribution towards the objective of tackling inequality in access to quality healthcare.
Share of clients benefiting from
Medical data captured by automated systems
Remark: These are exemplary illustrations. We have detailed & tailored targets for each Fund II portfolio company.
Availability means that a certain health-related good or service is available in a sufficient quantity.
Potential targets: Capacity to provide services, Partnerships & Distribution
Accessibility means that health facilities, goods and services have to be accessible to everyone without discrimination.
Potential targets: Geographical accessibility, Financial accessibility
All health facilities, goods and services must be respectful of medical ethics and culturally appropriate. This includes being designed to respect confidentiality and improve the health status of those concerned.
Potential targets: Patient engagement & empowerment, Cultural competence & language access
Health facilities, goods and services must be scientifically and medically appropriate and of good quality.
Potential targets: Patient experience & satisfaction, Clinical effectiveness & safety
MTIP’s ESG Policy outlines the requirements and process to ensure a sustainable investment approach.
Our investment objectives, guidelines, criteria and processes are based on various internationally acknowledged frameworks. Our ESG approach is based on two pillars in which we link measurable positive impacts with adequate ESG risk management.
This policy outlines the requirements of MTIP to ensure an inclusive culture.
MTIP is an equal opportunity employer and the working culture at MTIP is marked by tolerance and mutual respect. We strive to provide an inclusive environment where everyone feels welcomed and comfortable.
MTIP's remuneration policy ensures that the company maintains and applies a sound and prudent remuneration process which does not impair compliance with the company’s duty to act in the best interests of its clients, which identifies and manages any conflicts of interest, encourages sound and effective risk management and does not encourage risk taking which is inconsistent with the risk profile of the company.
In line with MTIP’s Remuneration Policy, all Identified Staff and Investment Professionals are compensated based on a fixed and variable component. The balance between the fixed and performance-based components of the remuneration shall be reasonable in order to promote long-term value creation and avoid seeking short-term risks to gain personal advantage.
MTIP as long-term investor in healthtech understands that value creation and social responsibility go hand-in-hand: both are critical to creating successful and sustainable businesses.
In deciding who we will partner with, we:
Assess and integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) dimensions in our decisions
Exclude individuals and businesses which we consider ethically “problematic”
Evaluate opportunities and expected returns in both a financial and sustainability context
MTIP is a member of the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN). The GIIN is the leading nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the scale and effectiveness of impact investing. Impact investments are investments made with the intention to generate positive, measurable social and environmental impact alongside a financial return. Impact investments can be made in both emerging and developed markets and target a range of returns from below market to market rate, depending on investors’ strategic goals. Our membership signifies a commitment to deepening our engagement in the impact investing industry.
We are signatories of the PRI since 2017 and adhere to the six principles. Six Principles:
• Incorporate ESG issues into investment analysis and decision-making process
• Be active owners and incorporate ESG issues into policies and practices
• Seek appropriate disclosure on ESG issues by the entities in which they invest
• Promote acceptance and implementation within the industry
• Work together to enhance effectiveness in implementing the principles
• Report on the activities and progress
The myclimate initiative with Swiss roots is one of the world’s quality leaders for effective climate protection by showing how carbon emissions can be avoided and minimized. Its customers include large, medium- sized and small companies, public administrations, non- profit organisations, event organisers and private individuals. We at MTIP are actively committed to working towards a net-zero climate strategy. Scan our QR code to view our contribution!