Posted By Rachel Alembakis on in Fund Management, Governance

Signatories to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) will have to pay an annual fee to the secretariat from this month as the organisation embarks on a plan to increase its presence in markets around the world and provide guidance on ESG reporting into new asset classes.

PRI-Web-ColourThe fees run on a sliding scale based on assets under management for asset owners/managers and number of employees for professional service providers and top out at £6,600 (AU$ 10,292) for AUM of more than US$10bn (AU$9.5bn). Since its 2006 founding, PRI has been funded with voluntary fees from signatories. 

 

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Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis

Publisher/Editor at The Sustainability Report
Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.
Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.

Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis

Publisher/Editor at The Sustainability Report
Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.
Rachel Alembakis

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