Describe how you actively include input and information, wherever possible, from relevant stakeholders or interested parties, in the research process or in reaching assessment conclusions.
All of our research involves consultation with and input from the investment community as well as other relevant stakeholders. Specifically, examples of systematic input include:
• Providing reports to non-leading superfunds on how they perform against the RI Benchmark Framework for Assessment in pension funds as part of the Superfund RI Benchmark Report.
• Certification Assessment Panel in the determination of compliance with the RI Certification Program – the CAP comprises RIAA Board and independent members.
• Inclusion of consultation from not for profits in our corporate engagement working groups to seek their views on issues
• Inclusion of broad array of stakeholders to inform our policy positions