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A) 実施:スクリーニング

FI 04. Types of screening applied

04.1. 実施するスクリーニングの種類を記載してください。

ネガティブ/ 排他的スクリーニング

04.2. 組織内でアクティブ運用している債券に適用するスクリーニングのアプローチを記載してください。

Trecento AM has implemented an exclusion policy that applies before the investment selection and that restricts the potential investment universe of our funds.

- Norms-based exclusion: elimination from our SRI investment universe of listed issuers that do not comply with international norms, including the 10 Principles of the the United Nations Global Compact.

- Negative (or Sectoral) exclusion: elimination from our SRI investment universe of listed issuers when their core activity is, according to Trecento AM, incompatible with the principles of socially responsible investment.

On its website (, Trecento AM releases the list of sectors and issuers included in this negative (or sectoral) and normative exclusion policy, as well as information and details on the choice of organisations we have deemed relevant as a source for this exclusion policy.

04.3. 補足情報 [任意]

FI 05. Examples of ESG factors in screening process

05.1. スクリーニング条件に含まれているESG要因の例を挙げてください。





A typical example of an issuer that is excluded for environmental and social negative reasons is a manufacturer of nuclear weapons. Nuclear weapons are violating fundamental humanitarian principles and are considered as an inhumane weapon.

Moreover, the potential global impacts of nuclear blasts on the environment would be desastrous as even a small-scale war would quickly devastate the world's climate and ecosystems, causing damage that would last for more than a decade.





Another example of an issuer that is excluded for environmental and social negative reasons is a coal producer. Thermal coal represents the largest source of CO2 which is a greenhouse gas responsible for the ongoing global warming. As coal is widely available, at a low cost, it has been used for decades by countries looking for a cheap energy source. It is therefore a significant climate risk, not to mention an environmental risk (pollution and impact on biodiversity of coal mining activities).

Coal producers are excluded for social negative reasons as well since working conditions in coal mines are harmful for employees (health, safety). The violation of international labor norms also implies that these companies can be excluded for social norms-based criteria.

It has been demonstrated that some coal producers, to overcome local resistance to new mines or coal-based plants due to environmental and social concerns, used corruption of local authorities ou PPE to launch or maintain operations. It then triggers governance norms-based exclusion for some specific issuers.





We exclude issuers that have been convicted of corruption. We have for example excluded this French company which was bribing officials to gain capital goods contracts in some countries, usually emerging markets.

05.2. 補足情報 [任意]

Our negative and norms-based exclusion policy is fully described on our website.

FI 06. Screening - ensuring criteria are met

06.1. 債券投資においてファンドスクリーニングの基準に違反がないことを確認するために組織が使用しているシステムを記載してください。


06.2. 補足情報 [任意]