I. Executive Committee
As of 10 June 2021, the following organisations are members of the Executive Committee:
AMUNDI ASSET MANAGEMENT
AXA INVESTMENT MANAGERS
ZURICH INSURANCE GROUP
|AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
EUROPEAN BANK OF RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT (EBRD)
EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK (EIB)
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION (IFC)
NORDIC INVESTMENT BANK (NIB)
CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB
JPMORGAN CHASE & CO.
SKANDINAVISKA ENSKILDA BANKEN AB (SEB)
This Executive Committee will remain in place until the new elections are announced ahead of the 2022 Annual General Meeting where 12 seats will be renewed.
During its first meeting, the Executive Committee of the Principles elected among its members a Chair and two Deputy-Chairs (forming the “Steering Committee”) who will serve until the 2022 General Meeting:
- Chair: IFC (Denise Odaro)
- Deputy-Chair: BlackRock (Ashley Schulten)
- Deputy-Chair: Crédit Agricole CIB (Tanguy Claquin)
II. Working Groups
During its first meeting, the Executive Committee of the Principles decided to set up the following Working Groups (WGs) for the year to come.
Members and Observers who would like to participate in any of our working groups are invited to contact to the Secretariat of the Principles at email@example.com. Please indicate the name and contact details of the principal representative and up to 2 alternate representatives of the organisation.
In order to keep the WGs relevant and manageable in terms of size, the involvement of participants is subject to adequate contributions of expertise and the operational capacity of the WG.
The Terms of Reference of each WG are decided by the WG members at its inaugural meeting, based on proposals from the WG coordinators. They are linked to in the table below where available.
Working Groups 2021-2022
|Impact Reporting||European Bank For Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) - Fannie Mae - KfW - Nordic Investment Bank (NIB)|
|Social Bonds||Actiam - BNP Paribas - World Bank|
|Climate Transition Finance||Fannie Mae - HSBC - JP Morgan - Natixis|
|Sustainability-Linked Bonds||JP Morgan - Natixis - PIMCO|
|Sustainable/ESG Indices||Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) - World Bank
|Taskforces on Sustainable Financial Products||Coordinators vary depending on the Taskforce|