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PRI reporting framework 2020

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LEA 01. Description of approach to engagement

New selection options have been added to this indicator. Please review your prefilled responses carefully.

01.1. Indicate whether your organisation has an active ownership policy (includes engagement and/or voting).

01.2. Attach or provide a URL to your active ownership policy.

01.3. Indicate what your active engagement policy covers:

General approach to Active Ownership

Engagement

Voting

          - Conflict of interest.
- Record keeping.
        

01.4. Do you outsource any of your active ownership activities to service providers?

01.5. Where active ownership activities are conducted by service providers, indicate whether your active ownership policy covers any of the following:

01.6. Additional information [optional]

Engagement:

Our approach to engagement has two aspects. One is the formal engagement process that takes place for companies defined as problematic by the SVVK-ASIR Association. Suva delegates to SVVK-ASIR the formal engagement with these companies.

The second aspect of our engagement is less formal and is part of the ongoing communication with companies as part of our investment analysis. In our active universe, especially in Switzerland, we regularly have contact with company management. Emphasizing our long-term focus in meetings with management allows us to encourage ESG measures that are reasonable and help to ensure that corporate governance complies with ESG principles. The ESG-issue we put the most emphasis on is corporate governance.

Continuing engagement is in alignment with our long-term investment strategy.

Proxy voting:

Suva has established an internal policy for proxy voting. Many voting items are covered by specific instructions on how to vote in certain circumstances. Certain controversial items require a decision by executive management or a Committee of the Suva Board.


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