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PRI reporting framework 2019

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Communication

SG 19. Communication

19.1. Indicate whether your organisation typically discloses asset class specific information proactively. Select the frequency of the disclosure to clients/beneficiaries and the public, and provide a URL to the public information.

Caution! The order in which asset classes are presented below has been updated in the online tool to match the Reporting Framework overview.
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Fixed income

Do you disclose?

The information disclosed to clients/beneficiaries is the same

Disclosure to public and URL

Disclosure to public and URL

Private equity

Do you disclose?

The information disclosed to clients/beneficiaries is the same

Disclosure to public and URL

Disclosure to public and URL

19.2. Additional information [Optional]

IFC's Access to Information Policy (AIP) went into effect on January 1, 2012, and supersedes the IFC Disclosure Policy (April 2006). Through the 2012 policy, IFC seeks to provide accurate and timely information regarding its investment and advisory services activities to its clients, partners and stakeholders, including ESG information regarding IFC's investments.

Investments are disclosed on almost a daily basis. "Ad-hoc/when requested" was the most appropriate response as it is done more frequently than quarterly, biannually, or annually, as per the other options.

Link to IFC's Access to Information Policy:

http://www.ifc.org/wps/wcm/connect/98d8ae004997936f9b7bffb2b4b33c15/IFCPolicyDisclosureInformation.pdf?MOD=AJPERES


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