For an ethical and sustainable development

Initiatives, procedures and information on actions taken by Next Re SIIQ with respect to environmental, social and governance criteria.

Sustainability disclosure pursuant to European Regulation No. 2019/2088

In compliance with regulation no. 2019/2088 (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation - SFDR), NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.a. publishes the information requested below.

Information about policies on integrating sustainability risks into investment decision-making processes

Information pursuant to art. 3 - Reg. UE 2088/2019

  1. NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.A. recognizes that the transition to a low-carbon, more sustainable and resource-efficient and circular economy, in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, represents a fundamental step to ensure the long-term competitiveness of the European Union and global economy. Therefore, NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.A. attaches particular importance to "ESG" factors -environmental, social and governance- adopting the principles of responsibility and the essential aspects of those factors in the performance of its activities.

  2. NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.A. adopts a gradual approach in fulfilling the provisions envisaged and considers the reference of the regulatory framework. NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.A., therefore, undertakes to update its information.   

  3. NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.A. has started a process of adaptation of its operational and organizational structure that aims to introduce principles and criteria able to monitor the ESG risks into its operational management and investment processes.

No consideration of key negative effects on sustainability factors

Information pursuant to art. 4 - Reg. UE 2088/2019

  1. NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.A. adopts an "explain" approach to the consideration of the principal adverse impacts of its investment decisions on ESG sustainability factors.

  2. The "Principal adverse impacts" are the negative impacts that the investments decisions may have on the environment, on the territory, on the social context, on people, on the quality of life, and concerning respect for human rights and related to the fight against corruption.

  3. NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.A. undertakes to continuously update its information in accordance with subsequent versions of the RTS and following the progress of the regulatory framework. " In accordance with paragraph 1, letter b) of art. 4 of EU Regulation 2019/2088, in consideration of the size, nature and extent of its activities, also with reference to the indicators shown in the tables in Annex 1 of the "Final Report on draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)" drawn up by the Joint Committee of European Supervisory Authority (ESA) and not yet adopted in the European Union, NEXT RE SIIQ SpA is not currently able to consider the adverse impacts of its investment decisions on sustainability factors.

  4. NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.A. has launched a process aimed at the progressive inclusion of the assessment of principal adverse impact of investment decisions regarding sustainability factors within its processes, with the aim of gradual integration and following the timing identified by the action plan. NEXT RE SIIQ SpA will consider a preliminary list of sustainability factors in the evaluation of the principal adverse impact and the main measurement methods and monitoring actions required by the RTS.

  5. NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.A. undertakes to continuously update its information in accordance with subsequent versions of the RTS and following the progress of the regulatory framework. "
Remuneration policies

Information according to art. 5 - Reg. UE 2088/2019

  1. NEXT RE SIIQ's remuneration policies are a fundamental tool in support of medium and long-term strategies and aim to create value over time and sustainable growth for shareholders, employees, and investors; they promote healthy and effective risk management activity and discourage the assumption of risks inconsistent with the risk profiles and with the law of reference.

  2. NEXT RE SIIQ S.p.A. started a process of integration of ESG factors in its remuneration policy, through the adoption of an incentive and remuneration system linked to sustainability objectives. NOVA SIIQ SpA is gradually introducing in its organization a performance assessment system linked to the achievement of sustainable investment objectives, following the EU regulation 2019/2088 and best practices regarding the integration of objectives related to ESG issues in the remuneration and incentive policy.

The Sustainable Development Goals, abbreviated as SDGs, consist of 17 points and 169 objectives identified by the United Nations in 2015, with a timeframe extending until 2030.
All United Nations member countries are therefore duty-bound to achieve all 17 SDGs, but the implementation will depend on various factors, including the commitment of civil society and businesses. Next Re SIIQ responds to the UN's call to action to promote its business while protecting the planet and has therefore embarked on a path of gradual and consistent integration of ESG components into its corporate strategy and management practices. The company's strategy is based on the selection and adoption of a set of 9 key objectives chosen from the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. For each of the selected objectives, specific relevant targets have been identified for the company, and specific actions have been defined for each of these targets. Next Re SIIQ is committed to monitoring progress towards these sustainability objectives and targets, identifying material issues and working towards the ongoing alignment of ESG issues with the overall company strategy.

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Sustainability policy


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AGGIORNATO IL 25 maggio 2022


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