Today we are announcing the date for the opening of PRI’s 2023 reporting window: 14 June 2023 (UK BST). The window will be open for 12 weeks and will close on 6 September 2023.
Preparing to report
The PRI has taken steps to improve reporting for signatories in 2023, streamlining the number of indicators and publishing the 2023 Reporting Framework in January. We encourage signatories to use the 2023 Reporting Framework modules and support materials to prepare for the opening of the window and to complete their reporting as soon as practicable and in consideration of your own internal approval processes.
Signatories with no users in the Permissions System, including those reporting for the first time in 2023, will be contacted by email on 17 May with information on how to manage their staff’s access to the Reporting Tool.
New and updated support materials
On 24 May, we will publish new and updated guidance documents on the Investor Reporting Framework page.
- Reporting Framework modules updated with descriptive 2023 assessment multipliers will be available to download
- the Assessment Methodology will be updated with descriptive assessment multipliers
- the Logic Guide will be updated with editorial amendments
- Guidance on the minimum requirements in the 2023 Reporting Framework (minimum requirements have not changed for the 2023 Framework).
- Guidance on human rights-relevant indicators in the 2023 Reporting Framework and how they correspond to the three-part responsibility outlined by the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs).
Other upcoming guidance
- Further guidance documents will be published before the reporting window opens and will include screenshots demonstrating the user journey in the Reporting Tool:
- A guidance document to assist signatories of the UN convened Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance (NZAOA) to report on their NZAOA commitments.
- A guidance document to assist signatories of the Net Zero Asset Managers (NZAM) Initiative to report on their NZAM commitments.
- A guidance document on climate reporting applicable for all signatories, based on TCFD-aligned indicators.
- From 24 May, signatories will be able to register for two new webinars to take place shortly after the reporting window opens covering:
- the Permissions System and Reporting Tool; and
- Introduction to the PRI’s minimum requirements.
Assistance and queries
We will continue to post updates to R&A Updates and will contact signatories by email to announce the opening of the reporting window.
If you require any further information or support, please contact us at email@example.com.
- 2023 Reporting Framework overview and structure guide
- 2023 Reporting Framework modules
- A guide to the logic that determines which questions are applicable to each signatory.
- Reporting Framework glossary
- High-level assessment methodology
- What to report on diagram
- 2021–2023 PRI Reporting Framework indicator changes guide
- How to prepare for the 2023 PRI reporting cycle webinar recording
- Reporting guidance for NZAM members
-  Signatories will be able to view the numeric assessment multipliers in the Reporting Tool and in their Assessment Reports.