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Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global (Norwegian Ministry of Finance and Norges Bank Investment Management)

PRI reporting framework 2017

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(C) Implementation: Integration of ESG issues

LEI 10. Review ESG issues while researching companies/sectors

10.1. Indicate if E, S and G issues are reviewed while researching companies and/or sectors in active strategies.

ESG issues

Coverage/extent of review on these issues





Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

10.2. Additional information. [Optional]

LEI 11. Processes to ensure integration is based on robust analysis (Private)

LEI 12. Aspects of analysis ESG information is integrated into

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12.1. Indicate which aspects of investment analysis you integrate ESG information into.

12.2a. Indicate which methods are part of your process to integrate ESG information into fair value/fundamental analysis and/or portfolio construction.

12.3. Describe how you integrate ESG information into portfolio construction

We take a systematic and aggregated approach to risk monitoring at the portfolio level.  Aggregated risk assessments can lead to adjustments to the portfolio, or restrictions affecting specific markets, sectors, or groups of companies. Such assessments facilitate the identification of high-risk areas of the portfolio, either on a stand-alone basis or based on a particular theme.

12.4a. Describe the methods you have used to adjust the income forecast / valuation tool

Estimations of the sensitivity of different sectors and companies to certain factors, such as the sensitivity of oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) companies to scenarios for carbon pricing. These sensitivities are then overlaid against the portfolio in order to assess the potential financial risk at different scenarios.

12.5. Additional information.