The Investment Portfolio Impact Analysis Tool was developed to enable financial institutions to holistically identify and assess the impacts associated with their investment portfolios. It requires users to input data about the nature, content and context of their portfolios. A set of in-built impact mappings is then combined with this data to help users identify the most significant impact areas of the portfolio and to reflect on their current impact performance, thus setting the basis for strategy development and target-setting.

Below, you’ll find an interactive online introduction to the Tool.

User Guide
Real Estate Impact Analysis Tool
What is the Investment Portfolio Impact Analysis Tool?
- Using the tool
- Before you start
- Data checklist
Workflow overview
- Workflow demo
1. Scoping
- Scoping demo
2. Impact identification
2.1 - Cartography
- Cartography demo
2.2 - Context
- Context - Country demo
- Context - Global demo
2.3 - Impact Profiles
- Impact Profiles demo
3. Impact assessment
- Impact assessment demo
- Using the Indicator Library
- Indicator Library demo
Access the Tool
Access the in-built resources of the Tool
About The Tool
- UNEP FI Impact Analysis Tools
Methodology
- Methodology principles
- Methodology principles cont'd
Acknowledgements
Copyright
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User Guide
What is the Investment Portfolio Impact Analysis Tool?

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Workflow overview
1. Scoping
2. Impact identification
3. Impact assessment
About The Tool
Methodology
Acknowledgements
Copyright
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