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Sep 10, 2020

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UNPRI Assessment: FMO Entrepreneurial Development Bank scores A+ across the board

Last month, the world’s leading proponent of responsible investing, the PRI (Principles for Responsible Investing), launched the 2020 UNPRI Assessment Reports for its investor signatories.

As a longstanding PRI signatory, FMO also reports annually and just received the 2020 Assessment Report. This year, as last, FMO has been assessed with the highest scores possible across the board.

Yvonne Bakkum, Managing Director of FMO Investment Management: “We’re very proud of these scores, which reflect FMO’s vision and represent a great deal of hard work and dedication by our colleagues, clients and partners over many years. As a leading impact investor, we set a high standard for impact and ESG. This means continuously raising the bar amidst an ever-evolving responsible investing movement in which the PRI plays a crucial role.”

The full PRI report for 2020 can be found here.

The PRI works with its international network of over 3000 signatories to put the six Principles for Responsible Investment into practice. Its goals are to understand the investment implications of environmental, social and governance issues and to support signatories in integrating these issues into investment and ownership decisions. The Assessment Report is designed to provide feedback to the signatories to support them in their ongoing learning and development in this regard.
For more information on FMO Entrepreneurial Development Bank visit www.fmo.nl

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