Maturity Institute OMINDEX® has become the latest Supporter of the Impact Investing Principles for Pensions – press release

Demonstrating their endorsement of the principles and commitment to impact investing.

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The Maturity Institute and its OMINDEX® diagnostic standard has become a Supporter of the Impact Investing Principles for Pensions, which provide support to pension funds in adopting impact investing. 

Stuart Woollard, Managing Partner at OMS LLP and co-founder of the Maturity Institute says:

"The Impact Investing Principles for Pensions provide a crucial foundation for re-defining investment and corporate success. Where financial return, environmental outcomes, and human value can be fully integrated within a mutually inclusive, stakeholder value system. The Principles are completely aligned with our own aims and objectives and we are excited OMINDEX® can play its part to support them; to help demonstrate how true, total stakeholder value should be at the heart of organisational health. We hope our contribution will help to re-shape a financial services sector that authentically embeds Impact as a core, common purpose." 

The Maturity Institute is the sixth organisation demonstrating their endorsement of the principles, other Supporters being The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, Investment Consultants Sustainability Working Group, The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment (GSG), The Investor Forum and World Benchmarking Alliance.

What are the Impact Investing Principles?

The Principles provide an accessible introduction to impact investing and the concrete steps pension schemes can take to pursue an impact investing strategy, as well as helpful further resources. They were designed, in consultation with leading practitioners and with input from key stakeholders (pension funds, investment consultants and managers as well as member associations), to address the growing need for best practice guidelines on how to set, implement, review and measure an impact strategy. The Principles represent a dynamic template given that impact investing is an evolving area, and they will be updated based on what is learnt and developed from the Impact Investing Adopters Forum as well as other initiatives and partnerships.

Detailed information on the Principles and the work of the Impact Investing Institute can be found here.

Further information

If you would like to become an Adopter or Supporter of the Impact Investing Principles for Pensions, please contact Charlotte O'Leary

Learn more here