Launch: UNEP FI’s Portfolio Impact Analysis Tool for Banks - Version 2

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One year after the launch of its first Portfolio Impact Analysis Tool for Banks, UNEP FI is pleased to launch Version 2 (V2) of the Portfolio Impact Analysis Tool for Banks. Designed to support banks in their implementation of their impact analysis requirements under the Principles for Responsible Banking (PRB), the Tool has received its first upgrade after a year of piloting by PRB Signatories. New features include a dedicated section to support and document users’ preliminary scoping work, increased capacity, a revised assessment section, including a new, in-built indicator library as well as a dashboard visualisation of the final outcomes of the analysis. This version also includes numerous enhancements to user experience and will come with an updated User Guide. The new User Guide will include tips on how to apply UNEP FI’s unique holistic impact methodology with or without ‘off-the-shelf’ usage of the Tool. Join UNEP FI, Piraeus Bank, SASB and working group members for a walk-through of the second version of the tool, insights from users, as well as to find out what’s next in this vibrant part of UNEP FI’s work.

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