The basics of investing in Blue Companies
- Private investors can participate as investing members in general or project-oriented.
- This gives companies access to innovative business models and new sales opportunities.
- Institutional investors can supplement their portfolio in a value-oriented, sustainable and profitable manner.
- Investments are made only in member companies of the cooperative
- Examination of the projects by the investment advisory board and according to cooperative rules and the principles of TREEEC
- Regular monitoring by the cooperative auditing association and the supporting foundation
Minimum requirements of the investment projects:
- The company is a corporation
- Compliance with the principles of the BlueEconomy
- Proof of concept is available
- Competent management in existence or under development
The harder risk classes for real security
The classification of TREEEC, which is based on recoverability, sustainability and future viability (WNZ Index), differs fundamentally from the classification of financial products in the risk classes used by the financial industry or consumer protection organisations.
Investing members can achieve returns in three ways:
- from the growing enterprise value
- from the profit participations
- from the rising share value
Return on investment
The investing member has various options available to him/her to get his/her investment paid out with a return.