Impact Investing

The progress we’ve made together

Sustainable positive impact is our mission. It’s knowing there’s a meaning to what we’re doing and where we invest our money. It’s what makes us feel proud!

It’s probably the reason why you’re here as well.

20.983

tonnes of CO2 avoided

953.789

trees (eq. CO2 capture/year)

11398

investors

€ 5.861.955,00

invested

€ 1.263.976,62

paid to investors

We work towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity.

Learn more about the SDGs

94

total projects

Projects

1. No Poverty

Projects

2. Zero Hunger

Projects

3. Good Health and Well-Being

Projects

4. Quality Education

Projects

5. Gender Equality

Projects

6. Clean Water and Sanitation

Projects

7. Affordable and Clean Energy

Projects

8. Decent Work and Economic Growth

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9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure

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10. Reduced Inequalities

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11. Sustainable Cities and Communities

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12. Responsible Consumption and Production

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13. Climate Action

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14. Life Below Water

Projects

15. Life on Land

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16. Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Success Stories
Green Savings Plan

The democratization of finance — a mission that goes beyond ownership and access to finance. GoParity Savings Plan will help everyone save for a lifetime goal or a rainy day. As savers, we should have the power to choose where our money is going.

Message from our CEO (April 2020)

GoParity’s CEO shares the experience of managing an impact investment platform in times of COVID-19.

Have you ever heard of the Blue Economy?

"The ocean could sustainably provide more food than it does today and theoretically, provide over two-thirds of the animal protein needed to feed the global population by 2050" UN Global Compact

Let's talk about Women in Finance?

This conversation started on the International Women’s Day. We wondered whether we should be celebrating women on that day in particular. We then asked ourselves what we were doing to avoid gender bias.