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The Trustees believe that engagement with companies, including exercising voting rights, offers a more effective means of promoting their beliefs. The Trustees would look for collaboration with the investment manager in this regard.
The Trustees would expect their investment managers to conduct systematic engagement with companies to promote best practice standards on ESG issues, including best practice on employment and labour practices.
Where possible the Trustees seek to exercise voting rights. Where this is not possible (i.e. in a pooled fund) the Trustees would expect the Investment Manager to take their views into account.
The Trustees would expect regular reporting of the Investment Manager's engagement activities.
The Trustees would expect an Investment Manager to be a UNPRI signatory.
The Trustees would want to engage with any Investment Managers with regards to their policies on and approach to social, environmental and ethical factors.