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Neuberger Berman Group LLC

PRI reporting framework 2017

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Implementation not in other modules

SG 12. ESG issues in strategic asset allocation

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12.1. Indicate if your organisation executes scenario analysis and/or modelling in which the risk profile of future ESG trends at portfolio level is calculated.

12.2. Indicate if your organisation considers ESG issues in strategic asset allocation and/or allocation of assets between sectors or geographic markets.

12.3. Additional information. [OPTIONAL]

Neuberger Berman's multi-asset class ("MAC") Investment Teams investment philosophy for multi-asset class mandates is grounded in the belief that a multi-dimensional combination of asset allocation tools and perspectives is important, both in the portfolio construction process and in the pursuit of relative value opportunities across markets, asset classes and geographies.  These dimensions include incorporating a risk-balanced approach to the establishment of a Strategic Asset Allocation, exploiting time horizon diversification in expressing tactical views, and utilizing both active management approaches and passive replication when appropriate in building the underlying sleeves of a multi-asset class portfolio.   Neuberger Berman's approach to managing multi-asset class mandates combines risk-balanced strategic asset allocation and tactical asset allocation capabilities, with implementation across Neuberger Berman's stable of portfolio management teams, utilizing both fundamental and quantitative approaches. 

We tailor solutions to fit each client and their specific needs, including ESG.  We view the incorporation of ESG factors into our emerging market equities and debt strategies in particular, as well as in our fixed income strategies generally, to be an important consideration when constructing a multi-asset class portfolio.

SG 13. Long term investment risks and opportunity (Not Completed)

SG 14. Allocation of assets to environmental and social themed areas (Private)

SG 15. ESG issues for internally managed assets not reported in framework (Not Applicable)

SG 16. ESG issues for externally managed assets not reported in framework (Not Completed)