The Policy objecive is to guide the observance of environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) questions in the company’s investment decision process, given its fiduciary duty and potential impact on the performance of the managed assets.
ESG questions are considered transversal to the asset analysis and management process, from the perspective of assessing risks relevant to the short, medium and long-term performance and identification of business opportunities/competitive advantages.
The guidelines described in the following sections consider, among other aspects, the following:
- Legal compliance
- Situations of corruption and conflicts of interest
- Transparency and accountability
- Respect for human and labor rights
- Impact on the environment and climate change