The indicators were defined by Eurazeo in accordance with the Grenelle II law requirements in collaboration with the Statutory Auditors and the portfolio companies. Eurazeo also took into account the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and the Advanced Level of the United Nations Global Compact.
Each year, Eurazeo publishes a cross-reference table details references to the different standards used: Grenelle II law, GRI 4, Global Compact Advanced Level and AFIC ESG charter
Eurazeo referred to the GRI 4 framework in a first step toward “In Accordance: Core” compliance. The GRI 4 indicators met by Eurazeo this year are shown in the cross-reference table, along with their level of application (partial or complete).
Eurazeo has defined the relevance of these Aspects taking into account the specific nature of its private equity business. Even though certain Aspects may concern one or more companies, they were deemed irrelevant if Eurazeo, in its capacity as shareholder, does not have the necessary leverage to take action.