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Bin Yuan Capital

Bin Yuan Capital is a China-based asset management company specialising in investing in Chinese publicly-listed equities. They joined the Net Zero Asset Managers Initiative in October 2021 and made its Initial Target Disclosure in February 2024.

Initial Target Disclosure: February 2024

Percentage of assets covered by the Net Zero Asset Managers Commitment Statement

100% of total AUM (USD $1.9 billion)

Information on interim target(s) covering the proportion of assets to be managed in line with net zero



Portfolio decarbonisation reference baseline

295t CO2e/$mn revenue – Weighted average carbon intensity



Portfolio decarbonisation reference target

-50% of portfolio emissions in intensity terms.

GHG scopes included:

Our calculations include scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions. Scope 1+2 is based on company disclosed information and scope 3 is based on industry best estimates which includes accountable upstream and downstream emissions. Scope 1+2 data is from company disclosures or calculated from disclosed energy use which is accurate and crosschecked with Trucost and Bloomberg scope 1+2 data, while scope 3 data is mostly from estimations based on Chinese and global research due to lack of industry upstream and downstream emission data in China. Scope 3 data will be readily adjusted according to latest disclosures and research.


Net Zero Investment Framework


IPCC special report on global warming of 1.5°C.

Additional information

Policy on coal and other fossil fuel investments:

Bin Yuan Capital committed to the Net Zero Asset Managers (NZAM) Initiative in 2021. As China’s first committed asset manager, Bin Yuan Capital committed to supporting the goal of net-zero GHG emissions by 2050 or sooner with reduction targets set for 2030, in line with global efforts to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Given this situation and as a leader in sustainability, Bin Yuan Capital will not invest in companies that engage in the production of thermal coal or coal-fired power. We set the threshold of 10% of revenues derived from coal-fired business.

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