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We consider ESG issues primarily from a bottom-up, company specific basis and as such do not regularly perform scenario analysis or modelling of ESG factors.
On a quarterly basis we disclose our carbon footprint on portfolio levels. In addition, we include climate related ESG matters in our quarterly ESG reports.
Tons at CO2e/USD millions invested
Measures the CO2e at the stock level based on the “ownership principle”.
Portfolio’s carbon footprint relative to the benchmark including scope 1 and 2 emissions; metric is shared with clients.
Emission Scope 1+2 measured in tons CO2e
Measures the CO2e for which the portfolio is responsible based on the “ownership principle”; metric is shared with clients.
Carbon Intensity calculated as tCO2e/USD million revenue
The carbon intensity has overall been trending down; the metric at the portfolio level is shared with clients.
Monitoring, investment decisions
Percentage of portfolio value
Direct and indirect revenue exposure at stock and portfolio level.
In the investment process, prior to an initial investment in a given company, each portfolio manager takes climate-related risk into consideration together with general ESG matters, as well as in the ongoing dialogue and engagement with the specific company.
For all our investments, we discuss and engage with the companies on how they impact the environment and take climate into consideration. It is important to us that the companies whose products influence the climate and the environment have clear action plans as to how they work with the topic now and going forward and that they are part of the solution and not part of the problem.