The Portfolio Impact Analysis Tool for Banks an iterative input-output workflow which requires users to input data to describe their portfolio and to reflect their current impact performance. The Tool uses the input data in combination with a set of in-built impact mappings to produce a number of outputs, in particular a set of impact profiles by business line, and to guide the user in identifying the bank’s most significant impact areas and determining priorities, thus setting the basis for strategy development and target-setting as per the requirements of the Principles for Responsible Banking.
Below, you’ll find an interactive online introduction to the Tool which goes through the steps banks need to go through in identifying the bank’s most significant impact areas and determining priorities, thus setting the basis for strategy development and target-setting.
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- Careen Abb, Programme Leader, Positive Impact, UNEP FI – email@example.com
- Costanza Ghera, Content Manager, Positive Impact, UNEP FI – firstname.lastname@example.org
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