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ENPAP - Ente Naz. Prev. e Ass. Psicologi

PRI reporting framework 2020

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Implementation processes

FI 01. Incorporation strategies applied

Indicate (1) Which ESG incorporation strategy and/or combination of strategies you apply to your actively managed fixed income investments; and (2) The proportion (+/- 5%) of your total actively managed fixed income investments each strategy applies to.
100 Screening alone
0 Thematic alone
0 Integration alone
0 Screening + integration strategies
0 Thematic + integration strategies
0 Screening + thematic strategies
0 All three strategies combined
0 No incorporation strategies applied

01.2. Describe your reasons for choosing a particular ESG incorporation strategy and how combinations of strategies are used.

ENPAP believes in all kind of freedom granded by a Nation. In line with this value, the Government ESG investment policy is base on the exclusion of Nations that violate political, civil rights and  religious freedom. The strategy works on 5 specific indicators linked to  below mentioned Internationl Norms and countries are selected on the basis of their committement:

  • International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 1966
  • Optional protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and political rights, 1966
  • 2nd Optional protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and political rights (on death penalty), 1989
  • Worldwide Governance indicators: Political Stability and Absence of Violence
  • Religious Freedom: Government Restrictions Index

01.3. Additional information [Optional].

FI 02. ESG issues and issuer research

02.1. Indicate which ESG factors you systematically research as part of your analysis on issuers.

Select all that apply
Environmental data
Social data
Governance data

02.2. Indicate what format your ESG information comes in and where you typically source it

Indicate who provides this information  

02.3. Provide a brief description of the ESG information used, highlighting any differences in sources of information across your ESG incorporation strategies.

The main sources of information used  for the Country selection strategy are: 
• the World Bank, the World Resources Institute (WRI), 
• the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), 
• the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), 
• the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), 
• the United Nations Children’s fund (UNICEF), 
• the United Nations Human Settlements Program (UN Habitat), 
• the World Health Organisation (WHO), 
• the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), 
• the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), 
• the UN Department for Disarmament Affairs (UNDDA), 
• the International Labour Organisation (ILO), 
• the OECD and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). 
• Information from international organisations such as professional trade unions at international level, COFACE, and non-governmental organisations such as Amnesty International, Transparency International, Freedom House, and Reporters Without Borders.

02.4. Additional information. [Optional]

FI 03. Processes to ensure analysis is robust

03.1. Indicate how you ensure that your ESG research process is robust:

03.2. Describe how your ESG information or analysis is shared among your investment team.

03.3. Additional information. [Optional]