The appetite for ESG integration in private equity has grown strongly since the 2nd edition of this guide in 2011.
This guide sets out the actions that private equity general partners (GPs) can take to address the four-pillar framework of the recommendations proposed by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
The legal duties imposed on UK company directors require them, when exercising their powers, to understand and anticipate relevant risks to, and opportunities for, the company, including those related to environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors. Directors should ensure that their company has processes to identify, manage and mitigate or ...
By Natasha Buckley, senior manager - Private equity, PRI
An exchange of information, underpinned by dialogue, will keep LPs informed about the ESG characteristics of their private equity investments and the responsible investment practices of their investment managers.
How to identify options for incorporating responsible investment considerations into fund terms when committing to a private equity fund.
Supply chains can be highly complex. They often span many countries and include multiple tiers, which are made more opaque by outsourcing and offshoring.
This article contains questions that investors can ask investee companies pre or post-investment.
The PRI is delighted to invite you to learn more about the fast growing private equity climate initiative: initiative Climat International, and how private equity players can take action on climate change towards COP26.