EPFI Reporting Database
Annually, Equator Principles Financial Institutions (EFPIs) report publicly on transactions that have reached Financial Close and on their EP implementation processes and experience.
The tables below only show the current year’s data reporting from an EPFI. Click on a green link to view an EPFI’s data and implementation reporting for that reporting period.
Please note that we are in the process of uploading previous data and implementation reporting for EPFIs, where available these can be accessed via an EPFI’s current reporting webpage.
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- Transaction Type
- EP Categories
- Project Name Reporting
EPFIs report on four out of the five types of financial products. They report on the total number of Project Finance (PF) transactions, Refinance and Acquisition Finance for PF transactions, Project-Related Corporate Loans (PRCL), and Refinance and Acquisition Finance for PRCL that reached Financial Close during the reporting period. EPFIs also report on the total number of Project Finance Advisory Services mandated during the reporting period.
Data for Bridge Loans, due to their nature, are not subject to specific reporting requirements.
|Institution||Reporting Period||No. of Project Finance Advisory Services||No. of Project Finance (PF) Transactions||No. of Project Related Corporate Loans (PRCL)||No. of Project Related Refinance & Acquisition Finance for PF||No. of Project Related Refinance & Acquisition Finance for PRCL|
EPFIs will, as part of their internal environmental and social review and due diligence, categorise projects based on the magnitude of potential environmental and social risks and impacts, including those related to Human Rights, climate change, and biodiversity. EPFIs report, by Category (A, B or C), on the number of Project Finance (PT) transactions and Project-related Corporate Loans (PRCL) that reached Financial Close during the reporting period.
- Category A projects are those with potential significant adverse environmental and social risks and/or impacts that are diverse, irreversible or unprecedented.
- Category B projects are those with potential limited adverse environmental and social risks and/or impacts that are few in number, generally site-specific, largely reversible and readily addressed through mitigation measures.
- Category C projects are those with minimal or no adverse environmental and social risks and/or impacts.
|Transaction type||EP Categories||Institution||Reporting Period||Sector||No. of Projects|
Under EP4, project name reporting is required for Project Finance transactions that have reached Financial Close and is encouraged for Project-Related Corporate Loans that have reached Financial Close.
EP4 applies for those transactions mandated after 1 October 2020 and that have reached Financial Close by the end of the period being reported.
|Project Name||Sector||Country||Institution||Year of Financial Close|