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AGRICA GROUP

PRI reporting framework 2020

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Appointment

SAM 04. Appointment processes (listed equity/fixed income)

04.1. Indicate if in the majority of cases and where the structure of the product allows, your organisation does any of the following as part of the manager appointment and/or commitment process

04.2. Provide an example per asset class of your benchmarks, objectives, incentives/controls and reporting requirements that would typically be included in your managers’ appointment.

Asset class

Benchmark

ESG Objectives

          The SRI strategy is in line with the value of "paritarism and mutualism" of the Group. The Integration of ESG factors in the investment strategy is done  by ensuring companies integrate:
• Human Rights (respect on fundamental rights, labor rights, rights to collective bargaining, promotion of diversity, non-serious and repeated violation of international standards or conventions, compliance with the Oslo (1997) and Ottawa (2008)  conventions prohibiting the manufacture or trade of anti-personal mines and clusters munitions)
• Human Resources (quality of social dialogue, quality of the remuneration system, health and safety policy etc.)
• Community Involvement (companies' commitment to promote local and social development)
• Environment (companies' environmental strategy, eco-design policy, minimization of pollution, protection of biodiversity, impact of activities in terms of major risks on public health, climate challenges by adopting a transition strategy towards a low carbon economy)
• Business Ethics and responsible relation with suppliers
• Responsible Corporate Governance practices (independence of Board members, audits and internal controles, executive remuneration)
        
          The SRI strategy is in line with the value of "paritarism and mutualism" of the Group. The Integration of ESG factors in the investment strategy is done  by ensuring companies integrate:
• Human Rights (respect on fundamental rights, labor rights, rights to collective bargaining, promotion of diversity, non-serious and repeated violation of international standards or conventions, compliance with the Oslo (1997) and Ottawa (2008)  conventions prohibiting the manufacture or trade of anti-personal mines and clusters munitions)
• Human Resources (quality of social dialogue, quality of the remuneration system, health and safety policy etc.)
• Community Involvement (companies' commitment to promote local and social development)
• Environment (companies' environmental strategy, eco-design policy, minimization of pollution, protection of biodiversity, impact of activities in terms of major risks on public health, climate challenges by adopting a transition strategy towards a low carbon economy)
• Business Ethics and responsible relation with suppliers
• Responsible Corporate Governance practices (independence of Board members, audits and internal controles, executive remuneration)
        

Incentives and controls

Reporting requirements

Benchmark

ESG Objectives

          Exclusion
        
          The SRI strategy is in line with the value of "paritarism and mutualism" of the Group. The Integration of ESG factors in the investment strategy is done  by ensuring companies integrate:
• Human Rights (respect on fundamental rights, labor rights, rights to collective bargaining, promotion of diversity, non-serious and repeated violation of international standards or conventions, compliance with the Oslo (1997) and Ottawa (2008)  conventions prohibiting the manufacture or trade of anti-personal mines and clusters munitions)
• Human Resources (quality of social dialogue, quality of the remuneration system, health and safety policy etc.)
• Community Involvement (companies' commitment to promote local and social development)
• Environment (companies' environmental strategy, eco-design policy, minimization of pollution, protection of biodiversity, impact of activities in terms of major risks on public health, climate challenges by adopting a transition strategy towards a low carbon economy)
• Business Ethics and responsible relation with suppliers
• Responsible Corporate Governance practices (independence of Board members, audits and internal controles, executive remuneration)
        

Incentives and controls

Reporting requirements

Benchmark

ESG Objectives

          Exclusion
        
          The SRI strategy is in line with the value of "paritarism and mutualism" of the Group. The Integration of ESG factors in the investment strategy is done  by ensuring companies integrate:
• Human Rights (respect on fundamental rights, labor rights, rights to collective bargaining, promotion of diversity, non-serious and repeated violation of international standards or conventions, compliance with the Oslo (1997) and Ottawa (2008)  conventions prohibiting the manufacture or trade of anti-personal mines and clusters munitions)
• Human Resources (quality of social dialogue, quality of the remuneration system, health and safety policy etc.)
• Community Involvement (companies' commitment to promote local and social development)
• Environment (companies' environmental strategy, eco-design policy, minimization of pollution, protection of biodiversity, impact of activities in terms of major risks on public health, climate challenges by adopting a transition strategy towards a low carbon economy)
• Business Ethics and responsible relation with suppliers
• Responsible Corporate Governance practices (independence of Board members, audits and internal controles, executive remuneration)
        

Incentives and controls

Reporting requirements

Benchmark

ESG Objectives

          Exclusion
        
          The SRI strategy is in line with the value of "paritarism and mutualism" of the Group. The Integration of ESG factors in the investment strategy is done  by ensuring companies integrate:
• Human Rights (respect on fundamental rights, labor rights, rights to collective bargaining, promotion of diversity, non-serious and repeated violation of international standards or conventions, compliance with the Oslo (1997) and Ottawa (2008)  conventions prohibiting the manufacture or trade of anti-personal mines and clusters munitions)
• Human Resources (quality of social dialogue, quality of the remuneration system, health and safety policy etc.)
• Community Involvement (companies' commitment to promote local and social development)
• Environment (companies' environmental strategy, eco-design policy, minimization of pollution, protection of biodiversity, impact of activities in terms of major risks on public health, climate challenges by adopting a transition strategy towards a low carbon economy)
• Business Ethics and responsible relation with suppliers
• Responsible Corporate Governance practices (independence of Board members, audits and internal controles, executive remuneration)
        

Incentives and controls

Reporting requirements

04.3. Indicate which of these actions your organisation might take if any of the requirements are not met

04.4. Provide additional information relevant to your organisation`s appointment processes of external managers. [OPTIONAL]

          
        

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