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Until recently, the environmental and social risks associated with financial transactions were not traditionally addressed in a financial institution’s approach to risk management. In part, this was because financial institutions are not directly exposed to these risks and their understanding of the environmental and social issues facing clients/investees is not normally in the financial institution’s area of expertise. In addition, quantifying environmental and social risks of clients and investees is not always straightforward.

For financial institutions, the key to identify these risks is streamlining environmental and social risk assessment with existing risk assessment practices and in a way that it can easily be understood and implemented by financial institution staff.

To systematically address environmental and social risks, financial institutions typically develop a Environmental and Social Management System, commensurate with the level of environmental and social risk of their portfolio.

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