Gutmann OeEB Climate Impact Fund.

Our mission.

We protect our climate and improve living conditions of people in emerging markets.

Focus on the future.

Climate investments in emerging markets offer attractive returns.

Why we focus on climate investments in emerging markets.

Global emissions

Two-thirds of emissions occur in developing and emerging countries, and the trend is rising

Climate change

People in emerging markets are disproportionately affected by climate change

Greenhouse gases

We avoid greenhouse gases through access to clean, affordable and reliable energy

Quality of life

Our investments create stable jobs and improve health standards

Two focal points of our investment strategy.

More than ESG: Impact.

- High international ESG standards
- Comprehensive impact monitoring with a proven methodology
- Contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Experience and expertise.

Gutmann is continuing its successful cooperation with the Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank (OeEB). OeEB has 15 years of experience and around 100 investments in the climate sector. Gutmann has 25 years of experience in private equity.

Structured and diversified portfolio.

- Exclusively well-established fund managers with an excellent track record
- Around 10 target funds in Asia, Africa and Latin America
- Overall portfolio of around 100 projects
- Broad diversification across countries, regions, technologies, business models, project phases and currencies

Are you interested?

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FAQ

Do you have questions?

  • Gutmann OeEB Climate Impact Fund is available as an investment to professional clients and clients to whom it may be distributed under national law, starting at a commitment of 500,000 euros. Our client relationship managers will be happy to help you determine whether the fund is a suitable investment for you.

  • The Climate Fund is issued in the form of a private equity fund of funds as a sub-fund of a simple limited partnership as an investment company with variable capital – reserved alternative investment fund (Gutmann SCS, SICAV-RAIF) under Luxembourg law. Gutmann Private Markets Management S.à r.l., a 100% subsidiary of Bank Gutmann, acts as general partner.

  • The fund is established and launched as a closed-end sub-fund with a limited term. Investors are thus not entitled to redeem their limited partnership interests during the term of the fund. The term end is 14 years from final closing. Thereafter, the general partner may extend the term twice by one year each time. Further extensions require the consent of investors.

  • Risks result on the one hand from the closed nature of the structure, including cash flows that cannot be planned in advance, and on the other hand from the target region of the investments in developing and emerging countries. Private equity as an asset class is not suitable for spontaneous liquidity generation. The target region of the investments is also considered to be riskier than comparable investments in developed markets. These remarks are not a conclusive treatment of the risks.

  • This is a marketing communication. Investments in financial instruments or shares in closed-end funds are subject to market risks. Tax treatment depends on personal circumstances of the respective client and may be subject to future changes. Past performance is no guarantee of future investment results.  All information has been carefully researched. Bank Gutmann AG is not liable for the correctness and completeness of any information provided or the occurrence of any forecasts. Bank Gutmann AG expressly points out that this document is intended solely for personal use and for information purposes only. Publication, duplication or dissemination is prohibited without the prior written consent of Bank Gutmann AG. The content of this document is not geared to the individual needs of individual investors (desired return, tax situation, risk profile, etc.), but is of a general nature and is based on the latest knowledge of the persons entrusted with its preparation at the time of publication. 
    This document is not an offer or invitation to subscribe for units or shares of an Alternative Investment Fund (“AIF”) and the information set out herein should not be relied upon as it is incomplete and subject to change.  The admission of new investors is subject to the consent of existing investors in accordance with the terms of the private placement memorandum.
    This document is preliminary information on a sub-fund to a yet to be established simple limited partnership as an investment company with variable capital - reserved alternative investment fund (Gutmann SCS, SICAV-RAIF) under the laws of Luxembourg named Gutmann OeEB Climate Impact Fund (an AIF according to EU Reg. 2011/61/EU), which is not yet authorized for distribution. The yet to be established investment company will be conceptualized as a RAIF and therefore will not be subject to the supervision of the Commission de surveillance du secteur financier ("CSSF") as the supervising financial market authority in Luxembourg.
    This document in no way replaces the fund documentation or any other part of the contractual documentation. This presentation is based on the draft prospectus, which has neither been notified to nor approved by the CSSF. This presentation is based on draft fund documentation that has not yet been approved by the general partner of the partnership and is therefore subject to change. Information on costs/fees is contained in the issuing documents and the general information sheet/KID and is currently subject to change. The general information sheet/KID will be available at www.acm-aifm.lu after approval by the general partner.
    Accession to the investment company is restricted to knowledgeable investors who, on the basis of the fund documentation and the Memorandum and Articles of Association, have arrived at their own assessment of the terms and conditions of their participation in the investment company. 
    Accordingly, it is their responsibility to assess whether the rights and obligations of a shareholder in the investment company are suitable for them from a legal, tax and economic point of view.