Goodman European Partnership


Goodman European Logistics Fund, FCP-FIS

As a member of the Goodman Group, GEP endorses the Goodman Group’s Sustainability Policy as well as the 2030 Sustainability Strategy. Goodman’s 2030 sustainability strategy is transitioning its business into a truly resilient and low-carbon company. Based on its people and culture, engagement with stakeholders, and status as a trusted investment manager and community partner, the Group’s 2030 sustainability strategy shapes all aspects of Goodman’s business and is one important way it measures success.

GEP considers sustainability as a key principle of investing, leading to positive economic, environmental and social outcomes for itself, GEP, GEP’s investors, and the world more broadly. GEP is committed to taking a tangible and measurable approach to sustainability that generates real benefits to GEP’s investors, GEP’s customers, the communities in which GEP operate, and the environment.

GEP is classified as an Article 8 fund under SFDR and promotes environmental and social characteristics, while not making any sustainable investments. The investment decision-making process which GEP applies considers the principal adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors as described in Article 4 of the SFDR. Principal adverse impacts are assessed as part of underwriting any new transactions and are monitored periodically.