Our Material IssuesWith a robust sustainability strategy in place, Panarchy Partners in its first year of operations has initiated a materiality assessment of its business which is fundamental in walking the talk while creating value for its stakeholders. The materiality assessment adhered to the principles of the AccountAbility AA1000 five-part materiality assessment criteria and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards.
Criteria used for ranking material topics*
|Relevance to Panarchy Partners||Relevance to External Stakeholders|
|Ranking||Direct Financial Impact||Part of Organizational Values and Commitments, (Policies, ERM, Corporate Governance)||Stakeholder behavior and concerns (reputation, performance)||Societal norms
(regulatory & non-regulatory)
|High||High Impact||Yes||High Importance||High Importance|
|Medium||Medium Impact||Considering||Medium Importance||Medium Importance|
|Low||Low Impact||No||Low Importance||Low Importance|
* Based on AccountAbility AA1000 Five-Part Materiality TestThrough an intensive stakeholder engagement exercise, Panarchy has identified material issues and classified them as Most critical (Tier 1), Critical (Tier 2), and Semi-critical (Tier 3).