Our philosophy for responsible investments is to engage in dialogue with the companies in our portfolios and influence them in a good direction.

Tech + Innovation = Sustainability

Technological innovation.

Investments principles


TIN Funds have signed PRI, the UN’s directive on responsible investments. The guidelines consist of ten principles. In short, it is about taking environmental, human rights, anti-corruption and corporate governance into account in our investments.

FN Global Impact

Shares in companies where TIN Funds do not see a will to change, or where the TIN Funds see the companies will not be able to correct problems during an acceptable time horizon will not be eligible for investment.

Our policy for responsible investments

The overall philosophy for responsible investment of TIN Funds is that companies listed on Nordic stock markets, with long term owners who engage in dialog with them have great potential to act responsibly. TIN Funds aims to contribute to dialog between companies and owners in order to establish or strengthen an existing process of continuous improvement in the area of sustainability.

TIN Funds influences

The portfolio managers use their influence as an owner to impact company behavior in sustainability issues. The portfolio managers maintains contact with the company in order to influence them in a more sustainable direction. The portfolio managers intends to engage in direct dialog with management and boards of companies in which it invests in order to influence them in a sustainable direction; regardless whether the companies are well advanced or encounter large problems in the area of sustainability.

TIN Funds engage directly with companies to influence them in a sustainable direction. TIN Funds aims to utilize the network of fund managers and cooperate with like-minded investors in order to bring forces together to influence companies to operate more sustainably.

Areas of Sustainability

Corporate governance (e.g. shareholders’ rights, remuneration issues, anti-corruption measures)

Environmental aspects (e.g. companies’ environmental footprint)

Social aspects (e.g. human rights, labor conditions, equal and fair treatment)

The fund includes

The portfolio managers incorporate sustainability in investment decisions. Aspects of sustainability are considered in economic and financial analysis, carrying weight but not necessarily a deciding factor in constructing the portfolio.

The fund excludes

The fund does not invest in companies involved in the following products or services: Cluster bombs and personnel mines, Chemical and biological weapons, Nuclear arms, Alcohol, Tobacco, Pornography, Fossil fuels, Oil sand, Thermal carbon, or Palm oil.

Active owners


The quality of the board of directors is important for any company's future. That’s why we’re part of the nomination committees in companies where we’re one of the largest owners.


As major shareholders in many smaller companies, we have great possibilities to have an impact through dialogue. By having ongoing communication with management and the board of directors, we can influence long-term sustainable growth.

The Nordics

We're working to keep the best digital companies in Sweden and the Nordics. Innovation drives growth and employment in the region. More head offices lead to investments in the nearby region.

Monthly letter

The monthly letter contains our thought about the stock market and new events in our funds.

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