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Sarona SGGM Impact Report

We are proud to present the Sarona Global Growth Markets (SGGM) Private Equity (PE) Program 2022 Impact Report.

The data in this report represents nearly half a billion individuals and organizations who have benefited, more than 220,000 jobs sustained (of which 39% are women employees), and over 50,000 new jobs created over the year.

Our contribution towards an inclusive and sustainable society is evident:

  • 89% of fund managers and 68% of portfolio companies are aligned with the 2X Challenge, reaffirming our dedication to women’s economic empowerment.
  • 48% of portfolio companies have embraced sustainability policies, contributing to the fight against climate change.
  • 100% of our companies are in compliance with labour, tax, and environmental regulations, embodying responsible and ethical business practices.

We celebrate these milestones with our investors and partners, including our 20 fund managers and 157 companies in SGGM PE Funds 1 and 2. Our journey is ongoing, Sarona will continue to drive impact, seek innovative ways to channel capital toward positive change and collaborate with mission-aligned partners.

We invite you to read the full report, and share your thoughts with us.

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