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Frontier Investment Management

PRI reporting framework 2020

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Pre-Investment (Selection)

INF 05. Incorporating ESG issues when selecting investments

05.1. Indicate if your organisation typically incorporates ESG issues when selecting infrastructure investments.

05.2. Describe your organisation`s approach to incorporating ESG issues in infrastructure investment selection.

Investments are always ESG risk rated and comprehensive ESIAs are always conducted and summary of these are included in the investment memorandums for the investment committee.


INF 06. ESG advice and research when selecting investments (Private)


INF 07. Examples of ESG issues in investment selection process

07.1. Indicate which E, S and/or G issues are typically considered by your organisation in the investment selection process and list up to three typical examples per issue.

ESG issues

List up to three typical examples of environmental issues

          Water quantity - for hydropower schemes environmental flow requirements
        
          Biodiversity -  where intakes or project infrastructure is located in buffer zones or wildlife habitats/corridors
        
          Noise pollution - location of wind turbines
        

List up to three typical examples of social issues

          Physical displacement - resettlement and compensation requiring the preparation of resettlement action plans, livelihood restoration plans and community development action plans
        
          Occupational health and safety during construction and operation of projects - portfolio projects and contractors are required to ensure OHS standards and procedures are followed
        
          HIV/AIDS / Ebola / Marburg virus- contractors required to provide sensitisation on this
        

List up to three typical examples of governance issues

          Stakeholder engagement required throughout project cycle
        
          Grievance mechanisms to be established for both labour force and community health and safety
        
          All fund and portfolio companies are required to sign and abide by our Code of Conduct which deals with bribery, coercion, whistleblowing, grievances, among others
        

07.2. Additional information. [Optional]


INF 08. Types of ESG information considered in investment selection (Private)


INF 09. ESG issues impact in selection process (Private)


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