The LACADI project opened the questionnaire for institutional investors to help determine how much progress insurance companies and pension funds in Mexico and Peru have made in incorporating climate change variables into investment decisions.

The platform, which will be open from 17 October to 13 December, is essential to advancing climate disclosure in the region. Its application will help identify the extent to which recommendations have been implemented from the Task Force on Climate related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) and the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

To participate, interested Mexican and Peruvian insurers and pension funds must nominate a delegate or responsible person, who must then register by clicking here. With this information, LACADI will share information and detailed instructions to enter the platform and participate in the process.

What are the benefits of participating in the Questionnaire?

Taking part in this process will allow participating institutional investors to report back to their companies on progress made in mainstreaming climate change opportunities and risks. Those participating will also receive a set of recommendations based on the responses to the questionnaire.

Participating organisations will also have access to support services from LACADI and can participate in capacity building and capacity strengthening activities, among other benefits.

Details about the questionnaire

The LACADI 2022 Questionnaire is composed of five sections and 63 multiple choice questions designed to identify the levels of knowledge and appropriation of the climate disclosure recommendations.

The online platform responsible for hosting the questionnaire, as well as data and response management, scoring and monitoring is carried out by a third party independent from LACADI: the National Consulting Centre (NCC), a research and consultancy centre based in Colombia, with presence in Mexico and Peru.

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*The Latin American Climate Asset Disclosure Initiative (LACADI) is funded by the International Climate Initiative (IKI). The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMUV) supports this project on the basis of a decision adopted by the German Federal Parliament.

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