LGS shines in UNPRI Assessment Report

20 August 2020

World’s leading independent responsible investment body assigns 11 A+ results and one A achievement.

 
The United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI) has assigned LGS top marks (A+) in 11 categories and one A achievement in its PRI 2020 Assessment Report. The report assesses asset owners’ implementation of responsible investments across different categories in their investment portfolio.

The report assists asset owners, such as super funds who are signatories to the UNPRI, to compare their responsible investment performance year-on-year and against other asset owners on a local and global level.    

LGS achieved the top score for every category but one, and seven of those top scores represented an improvement on last year’s results.

These scores underline the importance of a comprehensive strategy and strong governance when it comes to responsible investment, as well as the benefits of active ownership in improving environmental, social and governance practices.

LGS Summary scorecard

Proportion of FUMModule name2020
score
2019
score
Median score
  Strategy and governance A+ A+ A
Selection, appointment and monitoring of external fund managers
10-50% Listed Shares A+ A+ A
<10% Fixed Income – Sovereigns, Supranational and Agencies (SSA) A+ A B
<10% Fixed Income – Corporate Financial A+ A A
<10% Fixed Income – Corporate Non-Financial A+ A A
<10% Fixed Income – Securitised A+ A A
<10% Private Equity A+ B A
<10% Property A A A
<10% Infrastructure A+ B A
Active ownership modules
<10% Listed Shares – Incorporation A+ E A
<10% Listed Shares – Active Ownership A+ A+ B
<10% Property A+ A+ B

See LGS’ full 2020 assessment report and the LGS 2020 Principles for Responsible Investment Transparency Report.

For more background information on the assessment, see the annual UNPRI Assessment Report.

Read the recent LGS media release.

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