CREDIT SUISSE GROUP

Adoption Date: 4 June 2003
Country of Headquarters: Switzerland
Region of Headquarters: Europe
Institutional Reporting Hyperlink: https://www.credit-suisse.com/ch/en/about-us/responsibility/banking/agreements-and-memberships.html
Current EPFI Reporting Year/Period: 2015
EPFI Reporting in Compliance: Yes

 

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Further information on this EPFI may be obtained through the Institutional Reporting Hyperlink above.


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

Totals
0
2
0
Sector
Category A
Category B
Category C
Mining


Infrastructure


Oil & Gas
2
Power


Others


Region
Category A
Category B
Category C
Americas
2
Europe, Middle East & Africa


Asia Pacific


Country Designation
Category A
Category B
Category C
Designated1
2
Non-Designated


Independent Review
Category A
Category B
Category C
Yes
2
No


Totals
0
2
0

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: http://www.equator-principles.com/index.php/ep3/designated-countries


PROJECT NAME REPORTING FOR PROJECT FINANCE TRANSACTIONS

No. Project Name
Sector
Host Country Name/ Project Location Year of Financial Close
1 Corpus Christi LNG Liquefaction Oil & Gas USA 2015
2 Sabine Pass LNG Liquefaction (Train 5) Oil & Gas USA 2015

 

PROJECT-RELATED CORPORATE LOANS


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


IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EQUATOR PRINCIPLES

The Sustainability Affairs team at Credit Suisse, comprising dedicated specialists, provides global coverage to the business on Equator Principles transactions, as well as other transactions that entail potential sustainability risks. Sustainability Affairs is responsible for training and advising the business on the appropriate application of the Equator Principles and wider sustainability risk management procedures and policies, ensuring that the appropriate actions are undertaken, and broadly ensuring that the bank meets its commitments under the Equator Principles.

Our sector policies and guidelines require the submission of Equator Principle transactions to Sustainability Affairs for review. These policies and guidelines also require that, where there are significant environmental and social issues associated with a transaction, the business escalates the prospective transaction to our Reputational Risk Review Process, for consideration by members of senior management. Senior management also holds the business accountable for implementation of our sector policies and guidelines.