We have a dedicated ESG team, which also includes portfolio management (called “risk takers”). Thus, the portfolio manager who makes the investment decision has all the information needed to advance the process. We do not just look at the financial figures as separated from ESG definition and information set, but they go together throughout the investment decision process. Therefore, there is no 'gap' in the consideration of the ESG factors in relation to the investment decision as a whole. It is important that collective discussion is used to identify the factors that affect valuation and to share responsibility for the construction of the portfolio. There is no difference between ESG analysis and traditional financial statement analysis. Nor is there any difference between the traditional roles of the analyst and the portfolio manager in the team. Team members are all risk takers who share common ESG awareness and knowledge.