October / 10.2023
- Responsible investment
These reports disclose the sustainability performance of the funds at the end of 2022, as well as the engagement activities carried out during the past year.
September / 09.2023
A webinar will be held on 19 September in Zurich, while two roadshows will be organised on 20 Sep-tember in Geneva and 21 September in Lausanne. The aim is to present the specific features of the Clartan Ethos ESG Europe Small & Mid Cap fund, which combines extra-financial and financial analy-sis to in…
July / 07.2023
Created in 1997 to promote socially responsible investment among Swiss pension funds, the Ethos Foundation recently welcomed its 249th and 250th members. Together, the 250 members of the Ethos Foundation manage assets totaling over CHF 355 billion and have almost two million insured members.
- Corporate Governance
The Ethos Foundation has decided to support the Lausanne-based legal start-up LegalPass in its legal action against the exchange ratio set in the context of the acquisition of Credit Suisse by UBS.
June / 06.2023
On Thursday, Ethos unveiled a new methodology for assessing global warming caused by the activities of listed companies. The methodology also aims to measure the credibility of companies' climate transition plans and the risks that climate change poses to their activities. The "Ethos climate transition rat…
The 2023 General Meetings of the Ethos Foundation and Ethos Services were held in Fribourg on Tuesday 13 June. All items on the agenda were approved. The current members of the Foundation board of Ethos and the board of directors of Ethos Services were all re-elected.
May / 05.2023
- General meetings
Submitted by a coalition of international investors with the support of the Ethos Foundation, the shareholder resolution calls for greater transparency from the Zug-based company, in particular with regard to the compatibility of its production and investments in coal with a global warming limit of 1.5°C.…
- General meetings
The proxy cards for the 2023 general meetings of Aevis and Swatch Group did not offer shareholders the possibility to delegate their voting rights, which the Ethos Foundation regrets as it makes it more difficult to exercise this fundamental shareholder right. The procedure for exercising such an option wa…