REPORTING AND ASSESSMENT
Signatories are required to report on their responsible investment activities through the Reporting Framework. This allows them to:
- demonstrate to stakeholders and the public how they incorporate ESG issues;
- understand where their organisation sits in relation to local and global peers;
- learn and develop year-on-year.
REPORT ON PROGRESS
The Report on Progress showcases the progress and activities of the signatory base as a whole, aggregating responses from signatories with practical case studies to illustrate their activities. Download the Report on Progress 2015.
Transparency Reports show a signatory’s responses to the Reporting Framework, and are made publicly available on the PRI website. You can view Transparency Reports on a signatory’s profile in the Signatory Directory, or on the Explore page.
Assessment Reports demonstrate how a signatory has progressed in its implementation of the Principles year-on-year and relative to peers. It is up to individual signatories whether to share their report to demonstrate performance or keep it in-house an internal learning and development tool.
MEET THE REPORTING AND ASSESSMENT TEAM:
Elina Rolfe, Head of Reporting and Assessment
Elina joined the PRI in March 2015. She oversees the Reporting Framework and the production of signatory reporting outputs as well as the Data Portal and Accountability delivery.
Before joining the PRI, Elina worked at CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project) Prior to that, she was supporting large international corporations in their climate change data collection and corporate reporting practices.
Elina holds an MA in Social Anthropology from Goldsmiths, University of London, and a BA in Sociology.
Thalia Vounaki, Senior Manager, Reporting and Assessment
Thalia joined the PRI in April 2016. She manages internal and external use of Reporting Framework data including development of a new data query tool.
Prior to joining the PRI, Thalia worked at Asda on supply chain resource efficiency and climate change projects. She previously worked for Bouygues, advising on government contracts for carbon and water management, and developed numerical tools as a groundwater modeller at British Geology Survey.
Thalia holds an MSc in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Development (Imperial College London), a BSc in Environmental Sciences (UEA), and has audited classes at MIT on system dynamics, psychology and corporate social responsibility.
Alex Faulkner, Manager, Reporting and Assessment
Alex joined the PRI in October 2011. He is responsible for the assessment process, methodology and Assessment Reports.
Prior to joining the PRI, Alex worked as an intern on the Carbon Action Initiative at the Carbon Disclosure Project. He has over five years' experience as a consultant in the oil and gas sector advising multinational clients including Shell, BP and Chevron on issues including site acquisition, due diligence and remediation. He has also worked as a researcher at EIRIS, ranking companies for the BITC index.
Alex has an MSc from UWE and completed his undergraduate degree in Biodiversity from The University of Kent.
Eva Gehres, Project Manager, Reporting and Assessment.
Eva joined the PRI in December 2015. She supports the development of assessment outputs, particularly data visuals and usability. Prior to joining the PRI, Eva worked at CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project).
Eva holds an MSc in Environmental Policy and Regulation (London School of Economics) and a BA in Geography (University College London)
Jerome Verony, Accountability Project Manager, Reporting and Assessment.
Jérôme joined the PRI in June 2017. He helps coordinate several Reporting and Assessment initiatives relating to accountability, assurance and leadership.
Prior to joining the PRI, Jérôme worked as a diplomatic agent with a focus on trade policy at Luxembourg’s Permanent Representation to the EU. He has also authored and published equity research focusing on investment opportunities in the biopharma space.
Jérôme holds an MA in International Public Management from the Paris Institute of Political Studies.
Senita Galijatovic, Officer, Reporting and Assessment
Senita joined the PRI in January 2016. She supports development of service provider reporting and qualitative data analysis.
Prior to joining the PRI, Senita worked as an intern for a consultancy focused on sustainability and corporate responsibility.
Senita holds an MSc in International Administration and Global Governance and a BSc in International Relations, both from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.
Li Yang, Data Officer, Reporting and Assessment
Li Yang joined the R&A team in 2017 as a data analyst and supports the development of the Data Portal as well as with data analysis. Li has a computing background and has several years of experience as a data analyst in the public, corporate and NGO sector. He is familiar with implementing new data systems, software integration, creating dashboards, process automation and data integrity.