MIPRO GROUP, is a Liechtenstein based “Partner Pool” for the development of attractive, sustainable and responsible investments that explicitly consider social, ecological and governance (ESG) criteria according to international standards of “impact investing”.
Membership in the Partner Pool is by invitation only.
Members are encouraged to share investment ideas and co-invest in the projects selected. Other Funds may buy or co-invest in such projects developed by MIPRO after independent, third party assessment, providing the partner pool with attractive leverage and defined exit strategies and the Funds with "ready-to-build" projects with substantially reduced development and exit risk.
The Partner Pool is directed to the active, wealthy private investor seeking superior performance over a short to medium term investment horizon. Partners also have access to the global network of service providers of the Fund and its sub-funds.
The time has now come for a new challenge. We have assembled our opportunities and ideas and set-up a structure, carrying no distressed attachments with it. We developed crystal clear investment criteria to maximize a quality sourcing of transactions and we are full of energy and enthusiasm, ready to get down on the ground and move on with our post-crisis business model, identifying and responding to issue impacts beyond the crisis.
 Sustainable and Responsible Investing (SRI) is a generic term covering any type of investment process that combines investors’ financial objectives with their concerns about environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues
 United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI). “About UNEP FI.” Accessed August 2011. http://www.unepfi.org .; UNEP FI Asset Management Working Group, Show me the money: linking environmental, social and governance issues to company value. Geneva: UNEP FI, 2006
 “Impact Investing is a growing area where investors look to both adopt SRI strategies and evaluate their outcomes.
The emphasis is placed on monitoring and measuring the end results of strategies in portfolio construction with the ex-post assessment of SRI strategies as important as the rationale for strategy selection.
One important example of Impact Investing is Microfinance investing, where the investment strategies are increasingly assessed for social and environmental impacts”, see: Eurosif, Corporate Pension Funds & Sustainable Investment Study 2011, p. 9