Right Lane is now a proud signatory of the PRI
Right Lane is proud to announce that we are now an official signatory to the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Investment.
In 2011, Right Lane adopted for benefit principles (reasonable returns, inclusive ownership, stakeholder governance, transparency, and social and environmental responsibility). Since then, Right Lane made a commitment to integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations into our practices and policies.
As Australia’s first B-Corp certified strategy firm and now, one of only 17 service providers to have made the commitment to the Principles for Responsible Investment, Right Lane continues to live and breathe this commitment.
What are the Principles?
The Principles for Responsible Investment are developed by investors, for investors. When implemented, signatories contribute to developing a more sustainable global financial system and integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations into their investment practices and ownership policies.
What does this mean for our clients and partners?
Right Lane has a proud history of helping boards and executive teams of our institutional investor clients address their highest strategic priorities, having successfully delivered over 485 projects and remains the only management consulting firm to exclusively serve the profit-for-member super sector in Australia.
We believe that increasingly, sustainability and social license issues will become central to our clients’ conversations about purpose, culture, strategic choices, investment decisions, initiative prioritisation, measurement and executive compensation, and assessment and reporting.
As a signatory to the Principles, our clients will benefit our own experience in implementing the Principles and our understanding of responsible investment practices and trends.
We are eager to bring this to help our clients address material issues and risks regarding the responsible stewardship of their investments
Examples of projects that illustrate our work on this topic include:
- Shaping the responsible investment strategy and target operating model for a global infrastructure investor
- Clarifying the material stakeholder issues and risks for a large Australian Bank
- Developing a measurement, monitoring and review framework to understand the exposure to material ESG risks for an Australian fund manager
We look forward to helping institutional investors ingrain these material issues into their organisational DNA by adopting a more integrated thinking and planning approach.
Please contact Abhishek Chhikara email@example.com or complete the form below to discuss your needs and how Right Lane can help you integrate ESG considerations and responsible investment at the core of your organisation and strategy.
We hope the ideas presented here have given you something new to think about. We would love the opportunity to discuss them with you in more detail. Get in touch today.