Now, Arcano joins companies such as JP Morgan, BlackRock and Brookfield and has at its disposal a set of data and analysis tools which will allow it to measure and assess the environmental, social and governmental quality of its investments.
This is not Arcano’s first initiative of this type. At the end of 2019, it launched fund Arcano Earth with the aim of reaching 250 million euro in sustainable real estate investments. Currently, around 90% of its capital has already been applied on 16 operations, according to newspaper Cinco Días.
On this point, José Luis del Río, co-CEO at Arcano SGIIC, explained that «at Arcano, we commit to managers and projects who share our belief in integrating ESG factors in all its investment process. The incorporation of these values into our DNA has allowed us to meet the world of opportunities which appeared in terms of sustainable investment and particularly infrastructure investment, which we consider will be key to overcome the crisis and build a new future».