From the most recent PPM:
ICG has a well-defined Corporate Social Responsibility ("CSR") framework in place. This includes clear policies and practices on Environmental, Social and Governance ("ESG") factors and on responsible investment, which are key considerations in ICG's investment philosophy and which ICG recognises are also of great importance to its fund investors and shareholders. ICG adopted the UN PRI (United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment) as a benchmark for responsible investment in 2013. ICG aims to act responsibly and cautiously as guardians of its investors’ capital in portfolio companies, and considers ESG at all stages of the investment cycle, from due diligence to exit.
The Fund’s portfolio is covered by ICG's responsible investment policy ("Responsible Investment Policy"), which also covers Asia-Pacific Subordinated Debt, Global Credit Fund Management and ICG Longbow, ICG's real estate division. The Responsible Investment Policy focuses primarily on pre-investment due diligence and portfolio monitoring. The Responsible Investment Policy is available online at ICG's website. ICG’s responsible investment committee ("Responsible Investment Committee") meets regularly to discuss policy matters. The Responsible Investment Committee is comprised of senior members across several functions: Rosine Vitman (Head of Portfolio Monitoring), Michelle De Angelis (MD, European Credit Research), Jin Tan (MD, Asia Pacific),
David Mortimer (MD, ICG Longbow), Helen Gustard (AD, Investor Marketing and Communications) and Daniel Ellis (Manager, Marketing and Client Relations).