Anima: publishes its first Group Sustainable Development Plan



Milan, August 03, 2022 – ANIMA released the Band 2022-2026Sustainability planwhich defines the strategic directions in environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters that the Group intends to pursue in the months and years to come, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.

The document, drawn up in accordance with the Anima Group 2022-2026business plan and approved by the Board of Directors of Anima Holding on July 29, 2022, identifies ESG objectives in two main areas: Companydivided into four macro-areas of intervention (Environment, Community, Employees, Governance & risk management) on which to focus the Group’s activities and Responsible investments and productsrelating to the asset management activities of the Group’s operating companies.

The objectives identified in the two areas have therefore been linked to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)to which Anima intends to contribute through its commitment to sustainability1.

“Defining the first sustainability plan is part of the sustainability journey we have undertaken as Anima Group and is a particularly important step in identifying ESG objectives consistent with our business strategy and aligned with the Agenda 2030 for United Nations Sustainable Development.”, commented Alessandro Melzi d’Eril, CEO of ANIMA Holding; “The materiality analysis conducted last year allowed us to focus on the most relevant sustainability issues for our Stakeholders and on which we will focus the Anima Group’s ESG activities in the years to come.

1 Based on its activities and its sector of operations, Anima believes that it can contribute in particular to the achievement of the following SDGs:

  • Affordable and clean energy
  • Climate action
  • Responsible consumption and production
  • good health and welfare
  • Gender equality
  • Decent work and economic growth
  • no poverty
  • Quality education
  • Reduced inequalities


ANIMA Group is one of Italy’s leading independent asset management operators, with approximately €183 billion in assets under management (as of June 2022). Synthesis of different backgrounds and complementary specializations, ANIMA today offers one of the widest ranges of investment solutions available on the market, aimed at institutional investors as well as individuals and individuals. The Group promotes and manages open and closed-ended investment funds, SICAVs, the Arti & Mestieri pension fund as well as private wealth and institutional asset management services. For more information, please visit


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