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Vinci Partners Investimentos Ltda.

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Pre-investment (selection)

PR 04. Incorporating ESG issues when selecting investments

04.1. Indicate if your organisation typically incorporates ESG issues when selecting property investments.

04.2. Provide a description of your organisation`s approach to incorporating ESG issues in property investment selection.

Environmental issues are investigated during the due diligence phase, always using companies with proven expertise and wide renown. Possible environmental damage to the property is investigated and whether the practices for disposing of waste, contaminating or not, are in accordance with the standards of the national norm. In the event of irreversible damage to the environment, the transaction is halted. In the case of reparable damages or waste disposal practices that do not comply with the standards, the transaction can only be completed if they are remedied.

Social issues are investigated inside the property management level. Vinci investigates whether the property manager does comply with all labor laws and best working practices. If the stake being negotiated is majoritary, Vinci may choose to change the property manager or enforce compliance with the standards.

At last, governance in the asset is assessed whether the stake being purchased is minoritary or majoritary and there are co-owners. The governance will be analysed case by case and it will be decided whether Vinci is comfortable with the powers given to the majoritary and minoritary stakes. 

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

Environmental example 1, description

          
        

Environmental example 2, description

          
        

Environmental example 3, description

          
        

Social example 1, description [OPTIONAL]

          Compliance with labor laws and best working practices
        

Social example 2, description [OPTIONAL]

          
        

Social example 3, description [OPTIONAL]

          
        

Governance example 1, description

          
        

Governance example 2, description

          
        

Governance example 3, description

          
        

04.4. Additional information. [Optional]


PR 05. Types of ESG information considered in investment selection

05.1. Indicate what type of ESG information your organisation typically considers during your property investment selection process.

05.2. Provide a brief description of how this ESG information was incorporated into your investment selection process.

In the ESG Due Diligence that we perform in every acquisition, we use multiple sources of information and often hire external support from specialized companies. 

  1. Raw Data from the target property: Social issues are investigated inside the property management level, based on raw data from required documentation to be presented to legal authorities. Vinci investigates whether the property manager does comply with all labor laws and best working practices.
  2. Appraisal Audit: Possible environmental damage to the property is investigated and whether the practices for disposing of waste, contaminating or not, are in accordance with the standards of the national norm, as identified by an appraisal audit
  3. Information from external advisers: Environmental issues are investigated during the due diligence phase, always using  external advisers with proven expertise

 


PR 06. ESG issues impact in selection process

06.1. Indicate if ESG issues impacted your property investment selection process during the reporting year.

06.2. Indicate how ESG issues impacted your property investment deal structuring processes during the reporting year.

06.3. Additional information.

In the reporting period, ESG issues were considered but did not have an impact in our investment decisions or deal structures.

Our regular process states that if an ESG issue is identified, it has to be solved before the deal is closed, if the issue is too significant that it can´t be resolved, we don´t pursue the acquisition


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