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PRI reporting framework 2017

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Process for engagements conducted with/on your behalf by service providers

LEA 07. Role in engagement process

New selection options have been added to this indicator. Please review your prefilled responses carefully.

07.1. Indicate if you play a role in the engagement process that your service provider conducts on your behalf.

07.2. Indicate the role(s) you play in engagements that your service provider conducts on your behalf.

07.3. Additional information. [Optional]

As an ACSI member, we identify issues for engagement on an annual basis together with ACSI management as part of the ACSI member council. Monitoring and review are done semi-annually via progress reports and presentations. While members do not “specify” the particular objectives for the engagement or companies to be engaged with, we do approve ACSI’s choices. We also attend a number of engagements each year alongside ACSI staff.


LEA 08. Monitor / discuss service provider information

08.1. Indicate whether you monitor and/or discuss the following information provided to you by your service provider

Please select all that apply

08.2. Additional information. [Optional]

ACSI annually creates a list of engagement priority companies with specifically defined concerns and objectives for each company. Objectives are meaningful changes in company behaviour. ACSI also sets objectives for the proportion of all priority companies where objectives are met (for example, ACSI may aim for over 50% of all priority companies’ objectives to be met).

Monitoring and evaluation is done through semi-annual progress reports, itemized company by company and in aggregate, which are delivered to member funds.

Inbound engagements with companies that are not on the priority list also involve specific objectives, though typically less material. Monitoring of these is done through annual evaluation by ACSI’s Member Council, and a range of internal reports. The results of these engagement meetings are also included in ACSI’s proxy voting reports and surveys involving all companies in ACSI’s universe (called “longitudinal” research projects).


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