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TowerBrook Capital Partners

PRI reporting framework 2020

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SG 16. ESG issues for internally managed assets not reported in framework




その他 (1) [OO 05から抽出]

TowerBrook’s Responsible Ownership Statement applies to all investments made by TowerBrook Structured Opportunties Funds for which TowerBrook has control or significant influence. In cases where TowerBrook is a minority investor, where other circumstances impact TowerBrook’s ability to assess, set, or monitor ESG-related performance goals, or where we identify material ESG issues that cannot reasonably be addressed, we may not necessarily be able to fully implement the Responsible Ownership Statement. In such cases, TowerBrook will make reasonable efforts to encourage consideration of relevant ESG-related principles by the investee company. The Resposible Ownership Committee reviews relevant policies and procedures and monitors efforts to implement responsible ownership programs across the portfolio. 


16.2. 補足情報 [任意]

During ownership, ESG related risks are managed by the boards and management teams of the individual portfolio companies. Since TowerBrook invests in a wide range of sectors, ESG risks vary widely from company to company. TowerBrook seeks to discuss the importance of ESG with each CEO of private equity portfolio companies, together with the Chair, who would have been separately instructed during onboarding with a Welcome Pack that explicitly addresses Responsible Ownership and the Chair’s role therein. TowerBrook intends to actively monitor ESG at the portfolio company level, ensuring that systems and resources are in place to enable ESG risks to be effectively managed and that each portfolio company assigns specific management responsibility for ESG operations.  TowerBrook’s approach to ESG has been to ask each portfolio company’s Audit & Risk Management Committee to review regularly such ESG risks as are relevant to that company. This practice is now evolving to establish a dedicated ESG (or similar) committee on each portfolio board. Portfolio company management is encouraged to engage directly with third parties (such as suppliers, developers, and contractors) to verify sound ESG practices. Furthermore, TowerBrook seeks to ensure adequate training on ESG at the portfolio company level, which may include sensitivity/diversity training and supply chain management training. 

SG 17. ESG issues for externally managed assets not reported in framework (Not Applicable)