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The PRI produces a range of tools and guidance to inform investors how to incorporate ESG considerations into investment decisions and ownership practices in a systematic way, within each asset class.
Investors benefit from common definitions that enable them to describe their responsible investment practices precisely and consistently. The PRI has collaborated with the CFA Institute and the Global Sustainable Investment Alliance (GSIA) to refine and harmonise terminology.
Learn how the PRI can support signatories implement Principle 1: incorporating ESG issues into investment processes across asset classes. We present the tools and guidance PRI has developed to help - regardless of your investment objectives or strategies
Responsible investment allows listed equity investors to make better informed investment decisions by integrating all material factors, including material ESG factors, into investment analysis, valuations and decisions.
ESG analysis provides fixed income investors with additional insight into issuer creditworthiness.
Heading the investment chain, asset owners set the direction of markets.
The PRI Academy leverages the PRI’s unique expertise, industry connections and independent global perspective to create practical and applied courses based on the latest thinking in responsible investment.
Since inception in 2014 the Academy has trained over 20,000 investment professionals across more than 88 countries
Responsible investment is naturally aligned to private equity through its long-term investment horizon and stewardship-based style.
A solid investment case for incorporating ESG factors, a competitive market and well-established regulation have encouraged real estate investors to implement some of the most comprehensive approaches to responsible investment.
Infrastucture, farmland and forestry