For us, ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) is about embedding responsible business practices that create positive change, reduce our exposure to risks and enable us to thrive over the long term
ESG considerations permeate our business end-to-end, determining how we look at markets and opportunities, how we make investment decisions, and how we work on a daily basis
Market Sector Focus
We target opportunities that do not have overwhelming exposure to fossil fuels. For example, we currently are focused on assets such as offshore wind turbine service and maintenance vessels, containerships and bulkcarriers.
We select modern fuel-efficient assets and/or those that directly demonstrate or assist the decarbonisation process of the marine industry. We are also interested in investments in efficiency-enhancing technologies that can be added to existing assets.
We continually work to improve our operational processes to minimise any negative impact on the environment, for example through initiatives that reduce emissions or marine pollution, and in support of our crews' all-round health and wellbeing.
Marine Capital has been a UN PRI signatory since 2020 and we fully support its six principles. We also actively champion better governance, transparency and environmental commitment within our own industry through membership of the World Ocean Council, the Global Maritime Forum (and its Getting to Zero coalition) and other industry bodies.