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(C) Implementation: Integration of ESG factors

LEI 08. Review ESG issues while researching companies/sectors

08.1. Indicate the proportion of actively managed listed equity portfolios where E, S and G factors are systematically researched as part of your investment analysis.

ESG issues

Proportion impacted by analysis
Environmental

Environmental

Social

Social

Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

08.2. Additional information. [Optional]


LEI 09. Processes to ensure integration is based on robust analysis

09.1. Indicate which processes your organisation uses to ensure ESG integration is based on robust analysis.

09.3. Indicate how frequently third party ESG ratings that inform your ESG integration strategy are updated.

09.4. Indicate how frequently you review internal research that builds your ESG integration strategy.

09.5. Describe how ESG information is held and used by your portfolio managers.

          Available on front office research platforms and in our portfolio construction tool. Investment staff are required to discuss ESG information during investment committee meetings
        

09.6. Additional information. [Optional]

Quoniam's holistic integration approach serves to reflect that ESG is an integral part of the investment process, with ESG data and criteria being incorporated into the traditional financial analysis during portfolio construction.

ESG scores: ESG scores are widely used in the context of ESG ratings. They allow us to cover a broad spectrum of sustainability metrics when picking securities for our funds.

Ecological footprints: A prominent example of an ecological footprint is the carbon footprint (carbon intensity) of companies. In pursuit of the internationally accepted 'two-degree target' and the decarbonisation of our economic system in the medium to long term, emissions are of particular -relevance. To calculate the carbon intensity of an investment portfolio, we look at the carbon emission of a company in comparison with their revenue. The weighted metrics for each portfolio company then yields the portfolio's carbon footprint.

UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): The UN has defined 17 Sustainable Development Goals, also known as the Global Goals. Amongst these are an end to poverty and hunger, and the ensurance of affordable and clean energy by 2030. More and more companies report on how they contribute to these SDGs.

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LEI 10. Aspects of analysis ESG information is integrated into (Private)


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