Socially responsible investment at the heart of the FRR s investment management
COMPONENT 1 INTEGRATION OF ESG* FACTORS IN ASSET MANAGEMENT
COMPONENT 4 CONTRIBUTION TO RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT RESEARCH
AND SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVES
COMPONENT 2 MANAGING SOCIAL
COMPONENT 3 EXERCISE OF THE FRR S
The Supervisory Board has determined several principles with regard to the exercise of the FRR s voting rights. Thus, the FRR s shareholder rights at general meetings must be systematically exercised by each of the investment managers, in accordance with the guidelines established by the FRR, irrespective of the position held, the size of the company or its location.
* Environmental, Social and Governance.
This component focuses on two approaches. The first deals with the activities of the companies in which the FRR invests and the way in which the said companies carry out their activities, in particular with regard to the Global Compact The second concerns the impacts inherent in tax practices.
The FRR s objective via this component is to improve knowledge with regard to responsible investment and to ensure that the work is shared as widely as possible. In this context, the FRR supports the Sustainable Finance and Responsible Investment Chair (FDIR). The FRR also plays an active role in numerous international initiatives: the Principles of Responsible Investment (PRI), the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), CDP Water, the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN), the Montreal Pledge and the Portfolio Decarbonization Coalition (PDC).
FRR RESPONSIBLE INVESTOR: REMINDER OF THE PRINCIPLES
RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT STRATEGY FOR THE 2013-2018 PERIOD In 2013, the FRR s Supervisory Board adopted a new Responsible Investment Strategy. The 2013- 2018 strategy has four key components within a system of regular monitoring by the Responsible Investment Committee composed of members of the FRR s Supervisory Board and experts.
This component consists in measuring and tracking changes with regard to specific FRR criteria. The aim is to disseminate the values upheld by the FRR by being as explicit as possible in the indicators collected, and to support the continuous improvement of the companies in which its invests.