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CCLA

PRI reporting framework 2019

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基本情報

OO 01. Signatory category and services

01.1. Select the services and funds you offer

組織が提供しているサービスおよびファンドを選択してください。
運用資産(AUM)に占める割合(%)
ファンドの運用
ファンドオブファンズ、マネージャーオブマネージャーズ、サブアドバイザー商品
その他(具体的に記入してください)
合計100%

投資マネージャーが(上記のオプションに加えて)選択できます。

01.2. 追加情報 [任意]

CCLA manages investment for charities, religious organisations and the public sector. That is all we do. 

The delivery of long-term sustainable returns is a central requirement for our clients. Therefore, we seek to take a long-term approach to investment management. When identifying new opportunities for our equity and multi-asset funds we aim to invest for a minimum of five years and are aware that the time horizon for our many of our charity clients is much longer. For this reason, responsible investment and stewardship is at the core of our investment approach. 

Our responsible investment philosophy is based upon three principles: 

First, our experience suggests that conventional financial modelling only gives part of the answer as to what makes a company a good investment even within our standard investment time horizon. So, before investing, we carefully assess the environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards of all companies. We believe that companies in the most carbon intensive sectors or with either the poorest standards of corporate governance/other unmitigated ESG risks are likely to under-perform over the medium to long-term. For this reason, we implement strict processes to identify and then restrict these companies from our investment universe. This approach has made, and continues to make, a demonstrable impact upon the composition of our portfolios. For instance, our equity funds have a carbon footprint that is roughly one third of that of the MSCI World Index. Our approach to ESG integration does not end once we have purchased a stock. Instead, we recognise that things can go wrong at even the best managed companies. For this reason, we have an ongoing process of monitoring and engagement to improve companies' ESG risk management. We hold a limited number of securities, enabling us to engage (in some form) with every company at least once per year.

Second, we recognise that investment markets will only be able to deliver sustainable, long-term, returns if they are located within a healthy environment and stable society and that future generations of trustees should be able to benefit from the same investment opportunities as todays. We, therefore, seek to play a role in building a sustainable future. We allocate capital to investments that provide a positive environmental or societal benefit and, through active engagement, help companies improve on selected, systemic, issues that might not be identified through conventional ESG risk modelling. We aim to engage with all companies in our portfolios once a year and dedicate the most time and resource to working with those that face more significant challenges. This work continues to deliver results on areas as varied as mitigating climate change and fighting modern slavery in company supply chains. We also recognise that engagement with public policy makers can help to deliver positive change through the development of progressive legislation and regulation. We are members of the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change and engage directly with politicians and civil servants where we have particular expertise.

Third, we know that many charities seek to reflect their values and ethos in their investments and most trustees are conscious that a hard-won reputation can be undermined by inappropriate investments. For this reason, our funds for charities and churches are managed to ethical investment policies that are based upon the preferences of their unitholders. We recognise that charities’ ethical priorities do not stand still, so we regularly update our policies through a three-yearly client consultation process and, for our Church of England Funds, work directly with the Church's Ethical Investment Advisory Group.

Finally, we know that good responsible investment policies must be more than well written words in an Annual Report. We have made achieving at least an ‘A’ Grade in all applicable areas of the Principles for Responsible Investment’s (PRI) Annual Assessment a core, company-wide, Key Performance Indicator. 


OO 02. Headquarters and operational countries

02.1. 組織の拠点がある場所を選択してください。

United Kingdom

02.2. オフィスが所在している国数を記載してください(本部を含む)。

02.3. 組織が正規雇用しているスタッフのおおよその人数を記載してください。

120 正規職員

02.4. 補足情報 [任意]

CCLA is owned by its clients, with executive directors and an employee benefit truts having a small interest. The two largest shareholders are The CBF Church of England Investment Fund and the COIF Charities Investment Fund which between them have a substantial majority holding. We are based in the City of London.


OO 03. Subsidiaries that are separate PRI signatories

03.1. 組織内に単独でPRI署名機関となっている子会社があるかどうかを記載してください。

03.3. 補足情報 [任意]


OO 04. Reporting year and AUM

04.1. 報告年度の最終日を記載してください。

28/02/2019

04.2. 報告年度末のAUM合計を記載してください。

子会社のAUM(顧問業務/執行のみの資産を除きます)を含みますが、(OO 03.2で「いいえ」と回答した)報告しないことを選択したPRIの署名機関である子会社のAUMを除きます。
Total AUM
10億 100万
Currency
Assets in USD
10億 100万

04.4. 執行および顧問業務サービスを利用して運用する資産の報告年度末時点のAUM合計を記載してください。

Total AUM
10億 100万
Currency
Assets in USD
10億 100万

04.5. 補足情報 [任意]

Data as at 31/12/2018


OO 06. How would you like to disclose your asset class mix

06.1. どのように資産クラス構成を開示したいかについて記載してください。

組織内で運用
組織外で運用

 

上場株式 10-50% 39.1 0 0
債券 <10% 4.4 0 0
プライベートエクイティ <10% 0.7 <10% 0.9
不動産 10-50% 15.3 <10% 0.8
インフラ 0 0 <10% 6.3
コモディティ 0 0 0 0
ヘッジファンド 0 0 0 0
ファンドオブヘッジファンズ 0 0 0 0
森林 0 0 <10% 0.05
農地 <10% 0.03 0 0
包括的な金融 0 0 <10% 0.1
現金 <10% 3.5 0 0
短期金融市場商品 10-50% 26.4 0 0
その他(1)(以下に具体的に記入してください) 0 0 <10% 2.4
その他(2)(以下に具体的に記入してください) 0 0 0 0

‘その他(1)’を具体的に記入してください

          
        

06.2. 添付の画像に従って組織の資産クラス構成を公表する

06.3. 組織にオフバランスシート資産はありますか?

06.5. 組織がフィデューシャリー・マネージャーを使うかどうかを記載してください。

06.6. AUM資産クラス分割について説明する情報を記載してください。 [任意]


OO 07. Fixed income AUM breakdown (Private)


OO 08. Segregated mandates or pooled funds (Private)


OO 09. Breakdown of AUM by market

09.1. 組織のAUMの内訳を市場別に示してください。

98.1 先進国市場
1.9 新興国市場
0 フロンティア
0 その他の市場
合計100% 100%

09.2. 補足情報 [任意]

Data as at 1/2/2019


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