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Global sustainability strategies
and solutions for today’s
forward thinking organisations.

If we do not change the
movement of money, we will
finance ourselves into
extinction.

Andrew Mitchell
Founder, Equilibrium Futures

EQUILIBRIUM FUTURES

Working with businesses, organisations and governments, our strategic advisory services build greater awareness and understanding, and help to catalyse commitment and renewed action.

EQUILIBRIUM FUTURES

Our
Services

Advising Leaders Sustainable Strategies Impact Investing
ESG Risk Family Offices Communications
The world needs leaders to fundamentally change how
we create value in the systems that sustain us.

We work with CEOs, senior management and wider teams to accelerate this process, co-designing new
business models to deliver purpose and advance sustainable development goals within their
organisation. We enable them to lead system changes that benefit their people, the planet 
and their sectors, delivering strategies that can become embedded in an organisation’s 
core thinking.

Advising Leaders Sustainable Strategies Impact Investing
ESG Risk Family Offices Communications
We architect, develop and advise on policies and
strategies at board level to increase an organisation’s
resilience in the face of emerging ESG risks and opportunities.
From corporates and financial institutions to entrepreneurs, start-ups, investors and family offices,
our policies are tailored to individual needs and apply intelligence on emerging regulatory
and policy developments that will impact business in the future.
Advising Leaders Sustainable Strategies Impact Investing
ESG Risk Family Offices Communications

If you look inside most financial data terminals, you won’t find much information on social or natural capital to help you make informed, forward thinking decisions.

So what tools are available? We introduce the growing range of portfolio screening and
environmental stress testing tools across carbon, water, supply chains and energy that are
coming onstream. Please note, Equilibrium Futures is not regulated by the FSA and does
not provide advisory services linked to regulated activities. 

Advising Leaders Sustainable Strategies Impact Investing
ESG Risk Family Offices Communications

Institutions and companies are increasingly being held to 
account for their ESG performance.

We help you and your team understand emerging risks related to sustainable finance and
natural capital and the future opportunities to be gained by enlightened strategies. We offer insights into future regulation,
money laundering and environmental crime and their potential to change compliance regimes, and help organisations of every size develop methods to benchmark their performance.

Advising Leaders Sustainable Strategies Impact Investing
ESG Risk Family Offices Communications
Impact investing is high on the list of next generation
of leaders. But they need the support of the current
leadership team to craft a space for them while
building their own vision and legacy for the business.
We offer a roadmap for forward-thinking family offices to help build solid investment cases
that align well with next generation thinking. We have worked with family offices from Monaco
and Zurich, to Jersey and London, guiding families to define their purpose and advising
on tools to help them meet their objectives.
Advising Leaders Sustainable Strategies Impact Investing
ESG Risk Family Offices Communications

With the accelerating drive for sustainable finance and sustainability,
how can you take advantage of the opportunities to position yourself as a leader?

We work with all types of organisations to clarify and define a clear vision,
purpose and impact. From leadership workshops to developing roadmaps to action,
we help kickstart understanding and position businesses and brands for future growth.
EXPLORER AND FOUNDER

Andrew Mitchell

One foot in the
rainforest and
one
in the boardroom,
Andrew
Mitchell is an
international
thought
leader on natural capital

and environmental risk.

Andrew Mitchell is at the forefront of 
catalysing changes
to the world’s 
financial system, educating and 
inspiring 
economic decision makers
to implement sustainable 
finance 
strategies for the next generation. 
Equilibrium 
Futures is here to help
you imagine where you need to 
go 
and to navigate a way to get there –
for all our 
futures.

“When we measure corporate performances, we don’t include our impacts on nature and what our business costs society. That has to stop.”

Pavan Sukhdev
President, WWF International
and CEO of GIST Advisory

NEWS AND RESOURCES

Equilibrium Insights

ENCORE for Nature – a US$1.6tn opportunity
ENCORE launched in the Old Paris stock exchange - The Bourse. A new kind of capitalism emerges. ENCORE - the world’s first comprehensive tool linking environmental change to its consequences for the economy, has been launched by the Natural Capital Finance…
EXXON and Guyana’s green economy – an equilibrium paradox
EXXON has recently discovered what is rumoured to be the world's 6th largest oil reserve, 132 miles off Guyana's coast. Now it is the big new game in town, in a country with a weak government and 80% of its rainforests intact.…
The UK’s Dasgupta Review shows how we can avoid financing our way to extinction
COMMENT: Andrew Mitchell explains why solving the data gap is critical to unlocking a flood of money towards a nature-positive economy. Published in Reuters, 16th February 2021 The impact of nature on portfolios rose rapidly up the finance sector agenda in…
Investing in Nature: no tragedy of the horizon
A new report released this week at the Environmental Finance Natural Capital Investing conference in London, opens up a new horizon for investors - the world of buying-in to nature. It is a live topic in both London and Paris this week,…
Loss of Nature a Bigger Threat to Economies than Climate Change?
The major IPBES report released this week (reviewed below) makes grim reading. There is no way to dress up the unrelenting destruction of nature globally as anything but a disaster. What's changing is that, whilst before most people thought this was primarily…