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Our mission

Inflection Point Capital Management’s mission is to help support our clients to deliver superior long term risk adjusted returns. In doing so we aspire to mobilize the enormous power of the financial markets, and help redirect investment flows to promote – rather than undermine – the necessary global transition to a more environmentally and socially sustainable economy.

Our mission

Our mission is to help support our clients to deliver superior risk adjusted returns. In doing so we aspire to mobilize and leverage the enormous power of the financial markets, and help redirect their investment flows to promote – rather than undermine – the necessary global transition to a more environmentally and socially sustainable economy.

The fundamental logic underpinning our work is deceptively simple:

  • Major multinational companies arguably have greater environmental and social impacts than any other institution in contemporary society.
  • Those corporations’ priorities and behaviour are heavily influenced by the expectations and requirements of their major institutional investors – the providers of their financial “oxygen supply”.
  • Change the priorities of the investors, and one inevitably changes the priorities – and behaviour – of the companies themselves.
  • If sustainability factors could be systematically – and credibly – injected into investment analysis, major corporations would be forced to improve their performance on environmental, social, and strategic governance (ESG) issues dramatically.