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Global Sustain

Alpha Asset Management in the Principles for Responsible Investment Initiative with the support of Global Sustain

by David Thomas · Wednesday, March 20th, 2019

With the support of Global Sustain, Alpha Asset Management A.E.D.A.K. has joined the United Nations Global Initiative PRI (Principles for Responsible Investment Initiative) in the “Investment Manager” category, the leading network to promote responsible investment. Global Sustain, the first member of the PRI in Greece since 2014, has implemented the ESG/ SRI Benchmark Report by analyzing capital management companies and how they have incorporated into their ESG Factors investment, environmental, social and governance policies. For comprehensive and effective management briefing, Global Sustain conducted internal training where the most important points of the survey were presented and the participants were informed

Involve Stakeholders

Social Value International Publish ‘Standard on Applying Principle 1: Involve Stakeholders’

by David Thomas · Tuesday, March 5th, 2019

Social Value International are happy to have published version 2.0 of the Standard on Applying Principle 1: Involve Stakeholders. This document has been co-produced by the Methodological Sub-committee (MSC) of Social Value International (SVI) published in March 2019. This is the second version of the standard for involving stakeholders, the first being written and published in 2013. The process of writing this document involved several stages of consultation, including the opportunity for all members of Social Value International to contribute. This document includes an introduction to the Principles of Social Value, as well as defining Principle 1 and breaking down

Social & Human Capital Coalition launches the Social & Human Capital Protocol

by David Thomas · Friday, March 1st, 2019

27 February 2019, Geneva Switzerland: Today, in conjunction with GreenBiz 2019, the Social & Human Capital Coalition (SHCC) launched the Social & Human Capital Protocol. This moment is the result of four years of collaborative development, involving input from over 50 forward-thinking businesses – including Nestlé, Grupo Argos, and LafargeHolcim, and a range of expert partners, and a public consultation exercise with more than 250 participants. The SHCC intends for the Protocol to serve as a catalyst for the ongoing alignment, consolidation and advancement of multi-capital approaches. The Protocol provides a consistent process to guide businesses as they assess their