Sustainability & ESG
Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation
Leadenhall, since 18th October 2018, and its ultimate parent group (the MS&AD Group) have been signatories to the UN Principles for Responsible Investment. Leadenhall has adopted a Sustainability Risks (ESG) Policy (updated as of March 2021), which sets out Leadenhall’s commitment to responsible investing, and the assessment of Environmental, Social, and Governance (“ESG”) issues in its analysis of Insurance Linked Investments. In 2022, Leadenhall became a member of The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) with a mission to support and enable the investment community in driving significant and real progress by 2030 towards a net zero and resilient future.
ESG principles are inherently linked with the success of both our non-life and life & alternative credit businesses.
The Sustainability Risks (ESG) Policy outlines Leadenhall’s commitment and approach to developing and integrating ESG and sustainability issues into the Firm’s ethos, investment risk management framework, and investment decision-making process.