The PRI Data Portal allows signatories and the public to access reported data. Please see our Data Portal guide  for more information. 

Why the Data Portal? 

The Data Portal  is an online platform that allows signatories and public users to access PRI’s reported data. The Data Portal offers in-depth insights on investors’ responsible investment practices based on data from nearly 3,000 investors and over 300 service providers. 

The Data Portal:

  • Increases the use of PRI data for understanding the current state of the responsible investment market; 
  • Promotes showcasing of best practices and knowledge by producing downloadable reports and assessment scorecards; 
  • Brings representative insights across $107.5 trillion reported AUM for investors and $27.7 trillion reported AUM for asset owners; 
  • Gives investor signatories feedback on their practices by providing them with scores, and highlighting best practices and guidance in identified areas of improvement.
  • Supports asset owners’ engagement with their managers by enabling easier access to, and thereby comparison of, reported data; 
  • Facilitates informed decision making between signatories working together. 

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PERMISSIONS SYSTEM GUIDE

After report submission 

All signatories that submit their report by the reporting deadline receive the following outputs:  

  • A public Transparency Report, which is published on the Data Portal and includes all public, mandatory responses. 
  • A private Transparency Report, which includes all public and private responses. 
  • A private Assessment Report (investors only), which provides module-level scores as outlined in the assessment methodology.  

Users can access PRI reporting outputs and additional data insights through the Data Portal

How to use the Data Portal  

The Data Portal  allows users to view public Transparency Reports and to see aggregate reporting statistics that provide overview, summary, and high-level data across all signatories that reported in 2021. In addition, investor signatories that have reported to the PRI can see summary and module-level scorecards of their 2021 assessment scores, as well as guidance and best practices in identified areas of improvement. 

See our Data Portal guide  for more information.

 DATA PORTAL GUIDE

 

Reporting is iterative to our work at the PRI, and the Data Portal is a key tool that supports signatories in their journey to improve their ESG practices. Therefore, we are investing in software development and enhancing Data Portal functionalities to better meet the public and signatories’ needs.  

We are scoping out new features that will allow users to access data insights, such as: 

  • Indicator-level responses, data insights, and score distribution of peers; 
  • Customisable peering groups when looking at scores and data insights; 
  • Shared private reports from specific PRI signatories. 

Our main aim is to deliver an efficient and effective reporting system for signatories in 2023. Further developments regarding new functionalities will be shared on R&A Updates  in due course. 

Data sharing policy 

Publicly reported signatory data is available on the PRI website. There are several formats to access public data: 

  1. The Data Portal, which provides access to a repository of signatory data. 2021 public data is accessible to signatories and public users. Please see our Data Portal guide  for more information. 
  2. The PRI website, where historic public reports from 2014 to 2020 can be found under Public Signatory Reports.  
  3. Aggregated insights and data analysis in reports published by the PRI. 

The public dataset for 2021 can be provided in a spreadsheet upon request for eligible categories (i.e., academics, NGOs) once it has been made available to signatories. Historic public data from 2014 to 2020 can also be provided in a spreadsheet upon request for eligible categories. To access PRI data in a spreadsheet, non-signatories must sign the PRI’s Terms and Conditions. If you are an academic and would like to request reporting data, you will be required to submit a research proposal – please email academic@unpri.org  for more information. For NGOs, or other parties, please contact reporting@unpri.org

FAQs

Can we request access to other signatories’ private reports in the Data Portal?

The ability to share reports is not a function currently available in the Data Portal. However, users can make individual requests to see a signatory’s private PRI report in order to promote knowledge sharing and informed decision-making. 

Who can access public data?

Publicly reported data is available to view on the PRI website (historic reports from 2014 to 2020) and on the PRI Data Portal (2021 reports). For more information on how to access public reports in the Data Portal, please see our Data Portal guide. In addition to signatories, the PRI shares data with academic organisations, NGOs, and think thanks for non-commercial purposes upon their signing the PRI’s Terms and Conditions. 

I work for a consultancy/data provider/newspaper. What data can we access?

Consultancies, non-signatory data providers, and media organisations can use any of the public data available on the PRI website and on the public Data Portal. This includes public Transparency Reports and aggregated insights for most closed-end indicators. For more information on how to access public reports in the Data Portal, please see our Data Portal guide

How do you ensure that reports are not distributed without consent?

Signatories are not granted access to other signatories’ confidential information through the Data Portal. By signing the Data Portal’s Terms and Conditions, users agree that any access given to them remains confidential. Breaching such terms and conditions would result in the signatory and its staff being denied further access to the Data Portal, with potential for legal consequences.  

In addition, the PRI has conducted thorough quality checks to ensure private data is not accessible to the public view.  

We outsource reporting to service providers. Can they access the Data Portal on our behalf?

Yes. Signatories can manage who they authorise to access their reporting data in the Data Portal, via the Permissions System. For more information, see our Permission System guide

How can I access my historic reports (pre-2021 data)?

Signatories that reported in 2021 can log on to the Data Portal, and click on the “Legacy Reports” tab in the upper right-hand corner. They can view and download all previously submitted Transparency Reports, Climate Reports, and Assessment Reports from 2014 to 2020.  

Public users and signatories that did not report in 2021 can access historic reports through the PRI website

The Data Portal is not displaying properly on my browser. What can I do?

Please follow these steps: First, perform a hard refresh of the page. For Chrome, Firefox, or Edge for Windows: press Ctrl+F5, Shift+F5, and/or Ctrl+Shift+R. For Chrome or Firefox for Mac: press Shift+Command+R. If still not displaying properly, clear your cache and cookies. Please see the instructions for your specific browser: Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Safari

For best results, we recommend using a browser that is not Firefox. 

I cannot log in to the Data Portal. What should I do?

If you are a new user, you can create an account here. If you have an existing account, but have forgotten your password, you can reset it here. For more information, see our permission system guide. Please email us at reporting@unpri.org if you continue to have trouble accessing the Data Portal.