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PRI reporting framework 2020

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SG 07. RI roles and responsibilities

07.1. 組織が採用している内部または外部の役割、ならびにそれぞれの責任投資に対する監督責任および実施責任の有無について明示してください。



          CFO, CMO

07.2. RIの監督/説明責任または実施責任を担う役職について、このような責任をどのように果たすのか記載してください。

Responsible investment is core to our strategy and takes two foundational forms:

1 -- It is part of our publicly articulated core values that we refer to by their acronym EATS: Excellence, Accountability, Transparency, and Stewardship. Everyone on our team is responsible for each of these values. The notion of RI falls under each value, perhaps most explicitly under "stewardship." We take our role as stewards of our investors' assets very seriously and are focused on operations that create near-term value and ensure long-term viability.

2 -- It is one of the four key pillars of our business: customer-focused, appropriately scaled, vertically integrated, and regeneratively managed.

We have put a number of processes and expectations in place to ensure we make stewardship-oriented decisions that reflect a regenerative mindset when we make investments.

These processes and expectations are best reflected by our AC Way sustainability framework, which is described elsewhere in this filing and includes the following key elements:

- All assets and the managers who operate them are baselined against a core expectation of responsible performance.

- Beyond that, managers are challenged to rise to the highest (tier 5) level in the framework and are required to set goals each year to make progress toward that highest tier.

- Making progress against the framework requires dedicated resources that AC believes is merited because it supports increasing positive value of the asset and what its teams produce. Each year, managers build their budgets with AC Way activities in mind and report on progress on funded intiatives on a quarterly and annual basis.

- Finally, the AC team serves a critical oversight function to ensure that managers are meeting expectations and driving toward responsible investment outcomes that reflect core strategy and the dynamic stakeholder landscape.

07.3. 組織にいる専任の責任投資担当者の人数を記載してください。


07.4. 補足情報 [任意]

AC's Senior Vice President of Regenerative Management oversees and provides strategic direction for priority ESG intiatives and activities.

SG 07 CC. Climate-issues roles and responsibilities

07.5 CC. 気候関連問題について監視、説明責任および/または管理責任をもつ組織の役職を示してください。






07.7 CC. 気候関連の問題を評価し管理する管理レベルの役職については、その構造とプロセスを詳しく説明してください。

While AC does not have a dedicated climate-change task force, climate risk assessment and climate solutions initiatives are the responsibility of the Senior VP of Regenerative Management, who reports to the Co-Managing Director ("Co-CEO") in charge of operations oversight. Climate actions that are directed by AC for all of its asset managers are designed for both mitigation and adaptation. Many climate-related issues are articulated as part of the AC Way sustainability performance framework; as such, they are among the expectations AC has of its asset managers. Periodically (current target is every other year), AC expects to evaluate the carbon footprint of its portfolio (first published in AC's 2017 impact report, distributed in August 2018). AC maintains active relationships in the climate solutions community on topics as diverse as measurement protocols for soil organic carbon percentage and renewable energy markets, all in the interest of delivering on our mission, exceeding the expectations of our stakeholders, and improving the economics of sustainable innovation.

SG 08. RI in performance management, reward and/or personal development (Private)