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Progression Pathways is a new voluntary framework for progressing responsible investment being developed by the PRI in response to feedback from signatories.
PRI is proposing the introduction of Progression Pathways to provide more relevant support to signatories and to better clarify the different roles of responsible investors in a sustainable financial system
Progression Pathways can clarify to clients, beneficiaries, and stakeholders what PRI signatories’ intentions and actions as responsible investors mean in practice for their investments and a sustainable world.
A progression pathway is a step-by-step journey for PRI signatories to develop and progress their responsible investment practice. This paper proposes two initial concepts for signatories to consider. Over the remainder of 2023, and in 2024, we will invite signatories to share their ideas, concerns and design preferences to help ...
In 2022, the PRI conducted a global signatory consultation – PRI in a Changing World – to explore key issues for the future of responsible investment; the PRI’s vision, mission and purpose; and the value we provide to signatories.
We also conducted 38 in-person workshops across 30 cities and one online workshop, reaching more than 750 signatories.
Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Nathan Fabian, briefed signatories on why the PRI conducted the consultation and provided information on the formal signatory survey, including key themes and questions.
This short video introduces the PRI in a Changing World signatory consultation - on the future of responsible investment; the PRI’s vision, mission and purpose; and the value we provide to signatories.
David Atkin, CEO, Principles for Responsible Investment, outlines some of the headline findings from the PRI in a Changing World signatory consultation.
In February 2023, the PRI Board reviewed the formal consultation results Please read: PRI Board response - PRI in a Changing World signatory consultation.