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Origami Consultoria em Gestão de Negócios Sustentáveis ltda (Delisted)

Service Provider Reporting Framework 2017

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Responsible investment policy

SG 01. Responsible investment policy

01.1. Describe how your organisation’s philosophy incorporates environmental, social and governance factors, and the link to your business offerings.

          Founded in 2009, based on the belief in values that are intrinsic to the sustainability of a society, Gestao Origami works in partnership with national and international enterprises and organizations to find simple and practical solutions to the most complex challenges of the market and society.

We believe that the development of institutions that addresses socio-environmental challenges leads to a more solid and perennial economy, multiplying the generation of shared value.

We are a multidisciplinary group with experience in diverse sectors of the economy, dedicated to the development of innovative and effective approaches for the identification and management of pressures, trends and opportunities, aiming to carry out business with purpose and the generation of social, environmental and economic positive impacts, in the short, medium and long term.

All Origami's actions, projects, contracts, initiatives and activities should have the scope to make the world we live  better. The actions listed below are examples of actions that aim to bring effectiveness to this principle: 
A. Minimize waste, discharges and emissions to the environment; 
B. Reduce the use of raw materials and natural resources; 
C. Properly manage risks to HSE; 
D. Address emerging issues of HSE; 
E. Encourage and involve all stakeholders (i.e. 'stakeholders') involved in the Origami projects; 
F. Manage indirect impacts; 
G. Maximize the use of renewable energy; 
H. Maximize the use of renewable raw materials; 
I. Preserve the land and protect biodiversity; And 
J. Add value to products and processes through the insertion of good practices of sustainability.
        

01.2. Indicate whether you have policies that formalise the incorporation of your beliefs in your business offerings.

01.3. Indicate the components/types  of your policy

Policy components/types

01.4. Indicate how these are put into practice internally across the organisation.

01.5. Additional information [OPTIONAL]


SG 02. Publically available policies

02.1. Indicate which of your policy documents or statements (if any) are publicly available. Provide the URL and an attachment of the document.

Policy or document name

02.2. Additional information. [OPTIONAL]


SG 03. Norms used to develop policies

03.1. Indicate what standards you have used to develop your organisation’s policies. Tick all that apply.


SG 04. Policy offerings to clients

04.1. Indicate whether you offer any of the following policies to clients.

Off the shelf
Tailored
Asset class-specific RI guidelines
Sector-specific RI guidelines
Screening/exclusions policy
Engagement policy
(Proxy) voting policy
RI guidelines set out within the Investment Policy Statement (IPS)
RI guidelines set out in a freestanding RI policy
Multi-year RI implementation project plan
Conflict of interest management policy
Stockbroker allocation policy
Securities lending policy
Other, please specify (1)
Other, please specify (2)
Other, please specify (3)
None of the above

04.2. Provide a brief description of the key elements, any variations, or exceptions applying to these policies.

Key elements of the policies we offer are always related to the ESG industry specific material issues.


SG 05. ESG/RI in business offerings

05.1. Describe how you include ESG/RI factors as an integral part of your business offerings.

Business area

Reporting

How you include ESG/RI factors

Gestao Origami advises its clients to incorporate material ESG information into their Anual Reports by using some protocols such as IIRC, GRI and SASB.

Advisory and Consultancy

How you include ESG/RI factors

Gestao Origami has structured a process of understanding sustainability (ESG) from business perspective. The process includes: i. Developing national and international industries' studies and a benchmarking analysis that inspires choices; ii. Monetization of material issues to business focused on  value generation and protection; iii. Internal alignment and leadership engagement in the definition of ESG strategic focus.

The process generates content and clarity for ESG decision: Positioning, Strategic Pillars, Objectives, Goals and Governance.

Research and Data Provision

How you include ESG/RI factors

Value chain analysis focusing on socio-environmental risks and opportunities

Analysis of the demands of buyers' markets and the positioning of the competitor

Financial sensitivity analysis of the impacts taking into account the business profile

Study of the current operational business model and governance model

Building opportunities for value generation and protection


SG 06. Outsourcing of services (Private)


SG 06.2. Outsourcing of services (Private)


SG 07. Providing training/education

07.1. Indicate whether you provide training/educational services on ESG/RI. Tick all that apply.

07.2. Describe the main components of your training/educational services on ESG/RI and any variations depending on the group you provide training/education to.

The components of our training services are:

1. Understanding ESG mega trends

2. Undestanding industry specific ESG material issues

3. Analysing market actors and their ESG positioning and initiatives

4. Setting KPIs and targets for each ESG material issue

 


SG 08. Level of involvement in collaborative organizations and/or initiatives

08.1. Select the collaborative organisation and/or initiatives of which your organisation is a member, or in which it participated during the reporting year and the role you played.

Collaborative Organisation/Initiative

Provide a brief commentary on the level of your organisation’s involvement in the initiative [OPTIONAL]

          Gestao Origami participates in the ESG Practices WG in Brazil.
        
          CDP
        

Provide a brief commentary on the level of your organisation’s involvement in the initiative [OPTIONAL]

          Gestao Origami is CDP's scoring partner  in Brazil. We apply the scoring methodology to the Investor led and Supply Chain  Programs (Climate Change and Water).
        
          Ethos INstitute
        

Provide a brief commentary on the level of your organisation’s involvement in the initiative [OPTIONAL]

          Gestao Origami participates in the Human Rights WG in Brazil.
        

08.2. Additional information. [OPTIONAL]


SG 09. Applying, advancing and promoting the PRI principles

09.1. Describe how your organisation applies, advances and promotes the PRI Principles.

Gestao Origami:

-Is member of the PRI ESG Practices WG.

-Includes PRI principles in presentantion to our corporate clients and in projects deliverables when appropriated.

-Sponsor PRI events

09.2. Highlight whether there are any ways that your organisation would like to engage further with the PRI. [OPTIONAL]


SG 10. Actions taken to promote responsible investment

10.1. Indicate which of the following actions your organisation has taken to promote responsible investments, independently of collaborative initiatives.

10.2. Additional information. [OPTIONAL]


SG 11. Long term trends

11.1. Indicate which of the following long-term trends are addressed in your product outputs.

11.2. Explain how this long term trend affects your product outputs.

Climate change poses risks and opportunities to our clients and therefore we are always up dated with trends that may add value to our services.

11.2. Explain how this long term trend affects your product outputs.

Scarcity of natural resources (renewable and non-renewable) poses risks and spportunities to our clients and therefore we are always up dated with trends that may add value to our services.


SG 12. Business certifications/accreditations (Not Completed)


SG 13. Interaction with asset owners

13.1. Indicate whether you interact with asset owner clients.

13.2. Indicate the typical frequency and type of interactions with your asset owner clients.

Type of interaction

Frequency

13.3. Tick boxes across level of employment of investor contact (C-level, PM etc.) and subject areas typically addressed with the contact(s).

Level of employment

Subject area(s)

          Sustainability/ Communication/ Compliance
        

Subject area(s)

          Sustainability/ Communication/ Compliance
        

SG 14. Aligning approach with investor goals

14.1. Describe how you align your organisation’s philosophy on and approach to ESG/RI with investor goals.

14.2. Additional information. [OPTIONAL]


SG 15. ESG recommendations not aligned with investor goals

15.1. Describe what steps you take, if any, when your ESG recommendations are not in line with investor goals.

15.2. Additional information. [OPTIONAL]


SG 16. Seeking feedback from clients

16.1. Indicate whether you seek feedback from clients on your RI/ESG services and product offerings

16.2. Describe how you use this feedback on your RI/ESG services and product offerings.

Gestão Origami asks its clients to sing an 'End of Project Term' in which they give us feedback about project's outputs and outcomes.


SG 17. Managing conflicts of interest

17.1. Indicate whether your organisation has a policy for managing potential conflicts of interest.

17.2. Describe how you manage potential conflicts of interest.

Clause V.f. of Gestao Origami Code of Conduct establishes how to manage conflict of interests:

"In the event of a Conflict of Interest, or the possibility that it may be characterized in the future, the partners or administrators, as the case may be, shall immediately inform the other members and administrators of Origami, and all parties involved shall eliminate The Conflict of Interests, restoring the situation prior to such conflict."

17.3. Describe how you ensure that company employees do not derive any personal gain from the use of information collected during your work process.

At least one partner supervises every Gestao Origami member in each project.


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