The European Union has positioned itself as one of the leaders in sustainable finance by setting ambitious targets for the transition to more sustainable, resource-efficient and low-carbon economic growth. Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2019 on sustainability‐related disclosures in the financial services sector (SFDR)* is one of the pillars and drivers of this transition defining a regime under which financial products must comply with transparency rules toward end investors. SFDR / Article 6 This product integrates sustainability risks into its investment process. SFDR / Article 8 In addition to integrating sustainability risks in the investment process, this product may:
  • promote environmental or social characteristics using sustainable factors and ESG ratings, or
  • commit to a minimum percentage of sustainable investments with environmental or social objective,
  • and/or commit to take into consideration Principal Adverse Impact indicators.
SFDR / Article 9 This product has a sustainable investment objective and an expected high exposure to sustainable investments (meaning investments in an economic activity that contributes to an environmental or social objective, provided that investments do not significantly harm any environmental or social objective and that the investee companies follow good governance practices).

List of funds managed by NS Partners Europe S.A. with environmental/social characteristics and sustainable investments:

* for more information, please refer to the full regulation available on * for further details, please refer to our Sustainability Risk Policy and PAI Statement
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Antonio Mira

Antonio Mira joined NS Partners in 2006 as Group Chief Financial Officer. He heads the corporate functions and is involved in coordinating and implementing the decisions of the Executive Committee.
An experienced bank auditor, Antonio started his career in 1995 with Arthur Andersen, where he worked for some 7 years before joining Ernst & Young in 2002 as a Senior Manager.
Antonio is a Swiss chartered accountant and a Business graduate of Lausanne University (HEC).

Sébastien Poiret

Sébastien Poiret joined NS Partners in 2008 and manages funds of hedge funds and private client mandates. He also oversees the development of the Group’s offices in Mauritius.

Prior to joining NS Partners, he served as a Trader, Head of Manager research and Portfolio Manager in the USA and Switzerland for a single hedge fund (1998-2004) and for Optimal (2004-2008), Grupo Santander’s fund-of-hedge funds operations.

Sébastien holds a Bachelor’s degree in Corporate Finance from the ESPEME Business School (EDHEC Group) and an MBA in Finance and Economics from the Institute of Business Administration, both in Nice.

Abir Oreibi

Abir Oreibi joined the Board of the NS Partners Group in 2018, where she brings her truly international perspective and rich experience.
Among many other ventures, Abir set up’s first European office. After living and working in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Bangkok and London, she now lives in Geneva, where she is CEO of Lift Events, an organization that identifies technology trends, their business and social impact through the organization of events and open innovation programs. Issues related to the challenges and opportunities created by new technologies as well as the strategic responses from organizations are at the heart of Lift’s activities.
Abir holds a BA in Political Sciences from the University of Geneva. She is an investor, and member of advisory and innovation boards.

Romain Pidoux, CAIA

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Romain Pidoux joined NS Partners in 2011 and heads the Group’s Risk Management.
He started his financial career in 2005 as Head of Quantitative Analysis for a Swiss Family Office, selecting funds and managing portfolio allocation. In 2008, he switched to the alternative world and joined Peak Partners as hedge funds analyst.
He is a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) and holds a Master’s degree in international relations from the Graduate Institute of International Studies at Geneva University.

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