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PRI reporting framework 2019

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ESG issues in asset allocation

SG 13. ESG issues in strategic asset allocation

13.1. Indicate whether the organisation undertakes scenario analysis and/or modelling and provide a description of the scenario analysis (by asset class, sector, strategic asset allocation, etc.).

13.3. Additional information. [OPTIONAL]

IPAE 2 key impact targets include: 

- Percentage of companies operating in Least Developed Countries or Fragile Countries (target: 70% or more)

 

- Percentage of companies improving local access to goods or services addressing essential needs and the new UN Sustainable Development Goals (target: 50% or more)

Investment companies can improve local access to essential goods or services, as direct providers or as part of the value chain. Essential goods and services include: food, water, sanitation, energy, land, health, lifelong education and learning, housing, clothes, media and information, new technologies, financial services for underserved populations, passenger transport.


SG 13 CC.


SG 14. Long term investment risks and opportunity (Private)


SG 14 CC.


SG 15. Allocation of assets to environmental and social themed areas

15.1. Indicate if your organisation allocates assets to, or manages, funds based on specific environmental and social themed areas.

15.2. Indicate the percentage of your total AUM invested in environmental and social themed areas.

100 %

15.3. Specify which thematic area(s) you invest in, indicate the percentage of your AUM in the particular asset class and provide a brief description.

Area

Asset class invested

5 % of AUM

Brief description and measures of investment

Clean technology is one of our targeted thematic area. We made an investment in a company involved in Pay As You Go individual solar solutions for underserved households in Ghana. 

Asset class invested

20 % of AUM

Brief description and measures of investment

Sustainable agriculture is one of our targeted thematic areas. We made many investments in this field (organic agriculture production & distribution in Cameroon and in Madagascar, for example). 

Asset class invested

20 % of AUM

Brief description and measures of investment

Investments in greenfield or existing microfinance institutions reprensent around one fifth of our current portfolio. 

Asset class invested

80 % of AUM

Brief description and measures of investment

We invest in African SMEs with a high social and economic impact potential with the intended purpose to contribute to a more inclusive and fair African development. ESG & impact considerations are key criteria in our investment policy and our investment screening processes. 

Asset class invested

10 % of AUM

Brief description and measures of investment

Some of our investee companies in Africa can be considered as social businesses. 

Asset class invested

10 % of AUM

Brief description and measures of investment

Health is one of our targeted thematic areas. We made many investments in this field (maternity clinic with affordable pricing in Senegal, production of generic medecines in Cameroon, etc. )

15.4. Please attach any supporting information you wish to include. [OPTIONAL]



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