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PRI reporting framework 2020

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Peering questions

OO LE 01. Breakdown of listed equity investments by passive and active strategies (Not Applicable)

OO LE 02. Reporting on strategies that are <10% of actively managed listed equities (Not Applicable)

OO FI 01. Breakdown of fixed income investments by passive and active strategies

FI 01.1. Provide a breakdown of your internally managed fixed income securities by active and passive strategies

Corporate (financial)
0 Passive
0 Active - quantitative (quant)
100 Active - fundamental and active - other
Total 100%

FI 01.2. Additional information. [Optional]

Cordiant believes that proper respect for ESG principles can optimize investment strategies, risk management, responsiveness in volatile markets, reduce costs for all parties engaged in investment activities, as well as strengthen stakeholder relations and improve a borrower’s brand, reputation, and profitability.


Cordiant explicitly integrates ESG considerations into the investment process. Additionally, critical considerations such as gender are factored into our ESG Risk & Impact Management System, which supports and aligns with our robust investment value-creation processes. ESG risk management is integrated throughout the investment process and is viewed as an important risk mitigant, ensuring that companies in which Cordiant invests comply with appropriate laws and policies.

When looking to make an investment, Cordiant seeks to develop a plan allowing the company to secure meaningful, measurable, and independently verifiable development outcomes. Focus here can highlight practices that need to be improved even as it reduces investment risk. Cordiant employs an effective and transparent evaluation methodology and risk analysis process to identify companies with a sustainable competitive advantage.

We analyse ESG using internationally recognised environmental, social, and governance standards. The present Responsible Investment Policy & Technical Framework integrates our ESG risk and impact management process. It was drafted after extensive interactions with standard setters in the areas of ESG and impact investing, including Commonwealth Development Corporation (CDC), the European Investment Bank, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC), MIGA, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC).

OO FI 02. Reporting on strategies that are <10% of actively managed fixed income (Not Applicable)

OO FI 03. Fixed income breakdown by market and credit quality

Update: this indicator has changed from "Mandatory to report, voluntary to disclose" to "Mandatory". Your response to this indicator will be published in the Public Transparency Report. This change is to enable improved analysis and peering.
Indicate the approximate (+/- 5%) breakdown of your corporate and securitised investments by investment grade or high-yield securities.
Investment grade (+/- 5%)
High-yield (+/- 5%)
Total internally managed
Corporate (financial)

FI 03.3. Additional information. [Optional]

If you are invested in private debt and reporting on ratings is not relevant for you, please indicate below

OO SAM 01. Breakdown of externally managed investments by passive and active strategies (Not Applicable)

OO PE 01. Breakdown of private equity investments by strategy (Not Applicable)

OO PE 02. Typical level of ownership in private equity investments (Not Applicable)

OO PR 01. Breakdown of property investments (Not Applicable)

OO PR 02. Breakdown of property assets by management (Not Applicable)

OO PR 03. Largest property types (Not Applicable)

OO INF 01. Breakdown of infrastructure investments (Not Applicable)

OO INF 02. Breakdown of infrastructure assets by management (Not Applicable)

OO INF 03. Largest infrastructure sectors (Not Applicable)

OO HF 01. Breakdown of hedge funds investments by strategies (Not Applicable)