Article 7 

For each Hadean fund, Hadean Capital I AS, Hadean Capital II AS, HVentures Capital I AB and HVentures Capital II AB), principal adverse impacts on sustainability factors are assessed, reported on in the financial reports, and actively sought influenced and minimized. The assessment is made based on Regulatory Technical Standards developed by ESA in accordance with the SFDR Article 4 (6) and (7).  

Article 8 & 10

All Hadean funds, Hadean Capital I AS, Hadean Capital II AS, HVentures Capital I AB and HVentures Capital II AB, promote environmental and social characteristics in accordance with the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation Article 8.

Hadean funds’ investees are dominated by early-stage, unquoted, R&D companies aiming solve global medical challenges. The nature of the funds’ investees, and in particular the investees’ core business profile, gives Hadean funds their main social characteristic – promotion of better health and well-being.

Furthermore, the investees, all registered in well-regulated countries with strong reliable institutions, dominantly within the Western European Economic Area, are by residency subject to strong regulations and focus regarding climate change combat, environment protection, governance, and social matters.

In accordance with Hadean funds’ ESG Policy, sustainability impacts are assessed prior and post investment. Adverse sustainability impacts which would lead to abstaining from investing are mapped prior to investment decisions. Post investment, the investees’ sustainability performance indicators, including their adverse sustainability impacts, are annually mapped and assessed. Chosen sustainability topic is emphasized in each annual assessments, shedding the light on selected issues. Assessment processes combined with an active ownership aim fostering sustainability friendly culture, values and behaviors, creating the long-term value.  

The funds emphasize three sustainability areas: 1) Climate change combat through reduction of GHG emissions, 2) Proper hazard waste handling through well-established routines and procedures, and 3) Gender equality and diversity reflected in recruitment processes and pay gap absence.

The UN Sustainability Goals we directly impact are:

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The launch of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015 has made clear that the global community of countries relies heavily on the private sector to solve some of the most urgent problems the world is facing. Both, companies and institutional investors, are being asked to contribute to the SDGs through their business activities, asset allocation and investment decisions (UNPRI).

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