Banking with Tomorrow is good for people and climate
With Tomorrow, your money protects the planet and fights for a more equal world: It supports, for example, restoration of ecosystems, renewable energy, sustainable agriculture and affordable housing.
Money works. But for what?
In a conventional bank account or classic ETF, money often finances e.g. factory farming, coal power or forced labor. At Tomorrow, your money supports projects and companies that contribute to a future worth living in for all of us.
A part of the money in your Tomorrow account funds environmentally and socially sustainable projects, such as climate-friendly transportation and affordable housing.
Every payment with your Tomorrow card finances climate protection. For every 10 euros you pay with the Tomorrow card, you restore 1 wheelbarrow of ecosystem in South Africa.
Clean drinking water in Eritrea
Renaturated ecosystem in South Africa.
Sustainable Agriculture in Mauritania & Gambia
In-depth selection process: With more than 100 positive and negative criteria and an independent advisory board, the Impact Council, we ensure that your money goes to sustainable companies and projects.
B Corp Certification
Disclaimer & risk notice: The mentioned investment products are associated with risks as the value of your investments may increase or decrease in value. You may lose your invested money. Price developments in the past, simulations or forecasts are no reliable indicator of future performance.
The text does not contain investment advice or recommendations to buy or sell. Visualizations are for illustrative purposes only and do not represent actual or future performance of the fund.
Our partner Solaris SE is the provider of all banking services. Additionally Tomorrow GmbH offers the brokerage of the Tomorrow Better Future Stocks fund as a tied agent within the meaning of § 2 para. 10 KWG in the name and for the account of Solaris SE and is entered in the public register maintained by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin). The register can be viewed at portal.mvp.bafin.de/database/VGVInfo/.