PROJECT & IMPACT

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We are convinced that in order to build sustainable growth through passive income, maintaining financial performance makes good business sense. This enables institutions like ours to better understand the needs of their clients and to be more results and outcomes oriented, leading to increased profit output.

In the world of trading investments, fund managers play a crucial role of double bottom line value creation. At Capital Crest, we not only want to provide the best possible financial return to our investors, but also work with our investees to create impact via:

  • 1: Implementation of strong and consistent tutelage to Incoming team members
  • 2: Delivery of outcomes for the clients they ultimately aim to serve.
  • 3: Maintaining an Eco-Friendly approach to investing
  • 4: Ensuring diversity in hiring while maintaining meritocracy.

Our Carbon Footprint

Every year since 2017, an independent consultant tallies Capital Crest’s own CO2 emissions (office heating, air travel, paper usage, etc.)


2021
completed
  • The global carbon footprint of Capital Crest accounts for 125 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e) for FY 2021. This corresponds to an average of 2.9 tCO2e per Full-Time Equivalent.
  • OFFSET:

    Our emissions were offset by supporting the Gyapa Improved Cook-Stoves Climate Project in Ghana, which involves the manufacture and sale of improved efficient charcoal stoves to replace inefficient stoves.
  • CO2logic certifies that Capital Crest is conscious of its CO2 emissions and by supporting certified climate projects it has offset 125 tCO2e. This corresponds to the offsetting of its scopes 1 and 2 and partial scope 3 including emissions from: purchased goods and services (partial), fuels and energy-related activities, waste generated in operations, business travel, employee commuting during FY2021. Achieving CO2-Neutrality by obtaining this CO2-NEUTRAL label in line with the PAS 2060, the international standard for CO2-Neutrality, is a guarantee for credible climate action.

2020
completed
  • The global carbon footprint of Capital Crest accounts for 321 tons of carbon dioxide equivalents (tCO2e) for FY 2020.
  • This corresponds to an average of 4.6 tCO2e per Full Time Equivalent.

2019
completed
  • The global carbon footprint of VTIG accounts for 189 tons of carbon dioxide equivalents (tCO2e) for FY 2019 (excluding 49 tCO2e of indirect emissions).
  • This corresponds to an average of 15,7 tCO2e per Full Time Equivalent in 2019.
  • OFFSET:


    Our emissions will be offset by supporting the Rwanda Cookstove Project. The aim of this Project is for CO2logic and its partners to support the development and distribution of efficient cookstoves in order to save millions of trees, support families, boost economic activities and improve health conditions in Rwanda.
  • CO2logic certifies that Capital Crest is conscious of its CO2 emissions and by supporting certified climate projects it has offset 189 tCO2e. This corresponds to the offsetting of its scope 1, 2 and 3 (Commuting, Business travels, Waste, Paper) emissions during FY2019. Achieving CO2-Neutrality by obtaining this CO2-NEUTRAL label in line with the PAS 2060, the international standard for CO2-Neutrality, is a guarantee for credible climate action.

2018
completed
  • The global carbon footprint of Capital Crest accounts for 128 tons of carbon dioxide equivalents (tCO2e) for FY 2018 (excluding 45 tCO2e of indirect emissions).
  • This corresponds to an average of 16,1 tCO2e per Full Time Equivalent in 2018.
  • OFFSET:


    Our emissions were offset by supporting the Gyapa Improved Cook-Stoves Climate Project in Ghana, which involves the manufacture and sale of improved efficient charcoal stoves to replace inefficient stoves.
  • CO2logic certifies that Capital Crest is conscious of its CO2 emissions and by supporting certified climate projects it has offset 128 tCO2e. This corresponds to the offsetting of its scope 1, 2 and 3 (Commuting, Business travels, Waste, Paper) emissions. Achieving CO2-Neutrality by obtaining this CO2-NEUTRAL label in line with the PAS 2060, the international standard for CO2-Neutrality, is a guarantee for credible climate action.

2017
completed
  • VTIG global carbon footprint accounted for 156 tCO2e in 2015.
  • OFFSET:


    Our emissions were offset by supporting the Saving trees in Uganda project, which facilitates the widespread access to improved woodstoves technologies throughout the country by setting up small ventures with local manufacturers, supporting the development of sustainable distribution channels and subsidizing stove prices for end users.