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Our SRI funds

Investing in the stock market, in line with our mission

We strongly believe that our SRI funds are a powerful means to promote our principles and to contribute to greater sustainability, and offer our clients a wider range of attractive investment options.

Triodos SRI funds

Triodos SRI funds invest in global (EUR) bonds and global equities issued by listed companies, which offer both a strong financial and sustainability performance.Triodos Research constructs the sustainable investment universe by screening companies on a number of sustainability criteria. Delta Lloyd Asset Management NV builds the actual portfolio with companies from the sustainable investment universe that are likely to generate the highest financial returns.

The Triodos SRI funds have share classes suited for institutional and private investors. The funds are also on offer to distribution partners in Europe.

SRI funds for institutional investors .

SRI funds for distribution partners .

Private investors

If you are a private investor, please visit your local Triodos Bank website in the country where you live, through the links below. You'll find full details of the Triodos investment funds available in your country. Ask your financial advisor or bank about the possibilities of investing in Triodos funds.

Online Annual Report 2015 Triodos SICAV I

   online annual report SICAVI 2015

Get in touch

Heidi Foppa

To find out more about investing with us, you can contact our Investor Relations staff in Europe, +31 (0)30 694 2400.

The fall-out from nuclear waste

The use of nuclear technology has a widespread and long-term effect on humankind and on the planet. From nuclear reactors to nuclear weapons, the radioactive waste they produce is hazardous. Despite all precautionary measures, traces have been found in soil, water and polar ice. Triodos takes a strong position against the use of nuclear technology.

Triodos Bank

If you are a private investor, please visit the website of your local branch.