Reporting – Banco de Crédito (2020)

Adoption Date:22 January 2013
Country of Headquarters:Peru
Region of Headquarters:Latin America
Institutional Reporting Hyperlink:https://www.grupocredicorp.com/assets/pdf/2019_BCP_Sustainability_Report.pdf
Current EPFI Reporting Year/Period:2020
EPFI Reporting in Compliance:Yes

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PROJECT FINANCE ADVISORY SERVICES

Total number mandated in the reporting period: 0

PROJECT FINANCE TRANSACTIONS

Total number that reached financial close in the reporting period: 2

Totals011
Totals011
SectorCategory ACategory BCategory C
Mining
Infrastructure1
Oil & Gas
Power
Others1
Region
Americas11
Europe, Middle East & Africa
Asia Pacific
Country Designation
Designated1
Non-Designated11
Independent Review
Yes
No11

1Designated Countries are those countries deemed to have robust environmental and social governance, legislation systems and institutional capacity designed to protect their people and the natural environment. For the list of Designated Countries, go to: https://www.equator-principles.com/index.php/ep3/designated-countries

PROJECT NAME REPORTING FOR PROJECT FINANCE TRANSACTIONS

No.Project NameSector Host Country Name/ Project LocationYear of Financial Close
1Concession ContractInfrastructurePeru2020
2Mill and warehouse constructionOthersPeru2020

PROJECT-RELATED CORPORATE LOANS

Total number that reached financial close in the reporting period: 0

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EQUATOR PRINCIPLES

As part of its corporate commitment to sustainability, Banco de Crédito – BCP, the leading Peruvian financial institution, announced on January 22nd 2013 its adoption of the Equator Principles (EP). By incorporating the Equator Principles into BCP’s Credit Risk Management Policy, the bank is strengthening its risk analysis and assessment, especially of investment projects. Moreover, by embracing these principles the bank joins an important group of international financial institutions that are implementing best social and environmental risk management practices.

BCP has incorporated the EP III requirements for the analysis of environmental and social risks within its methodology and tools (such as a check- list and due diligence to analize issues such as the project scope, climate change issues, human rights and reporting requirements).

The guidelines for EP application process include an outsourcing model, in which independent experts seek to identify risks and social and environmental impacts on the respective economic sector. The review may result in covenants and action plans for clients for legal compliance with Peruvian laws and regulations for category B, and legal and technical review for category A.

Further information about Banco de Crédito del Perú´s implementation is available at: https://www.viabcp.com/wcm/connect/c45ed29f-031d-4748-87ea-1027aafc1016/Memoria+Integrada+BCP+2020.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID=nyIHDGj&attachment=false&id=1617804852779