PRI assessment report 2021
A signatory of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) since 2013, Mirova has published its PRI 2021 assessment report.
About the PRI assessment report
The PRI (Principles for Responsible Investment) assessment report is designed to provide feedback to signatories such as Mirova and support ongoing learning and development.
Each year, the PRI organises a major disclosure exercise for all signatories to assess their practices in terms of ESG integration. This year, the report covered a two-year period instead of one year.
The 2021 scoring methodology has indeed changed to reflect the new Reporting Framework and is incomparable with PRI scores from previous years, going from a letter-grade system (from the lowest E to the highest A+) to a 1-to-5-star rating model based on a score out of 100.
You will find the complete assessment report below, which covers:
- Our general Investment & Stewardship Policy
- Our Listed Equity activity
- Our Fixed Income activity
- Our voting practices
- Our unlisted Energy Transition Infrastructure practices
The report does not cover the following activities:
- Natural Capital
- Social Impact Investing
- Private Equity
More on the Principles for Responsible Investment
The PRI is the world’s leading advocate for responsible investment. An independant, UN-supported organisation, it works to understand the investment implications of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, and to support its international network of investor signatories, such as Mirova, in incorporating these factors into their investment and ownership decisions.
Mirova has been a signatory of the PRI Principles since October 21, 2013, thus committing to adopt and implement them, to evaluate their effectiveness and to improve the content of the Principles over time. More info here.
It is worth noting that in 2020, Mirova was one of the two French management companies to join the PRI Leaders group, a group of 36 companies considered by the PRI organisation to be at the forefront of climate reporting.