Our disclosure policy
DEG's disclosure policy describes the information DEG publishes regularly as well as its scope.
DEG believes that transparent information about the way it operates and its financings contributes towards fulfilling its specific development mandate. The disclosure policy which was drawn up for this purpose describes the scope and type of information that we regularly make available to the public. This includes annual reports, corporate-related information and information on DEG's mode of operating, guidelines and reports. This policy does not grant any contractual or other rights to third parties. DEG’s disclosure policy is regularly reviewed and updated.
Since 2015, we have published investment-related information on the investments financed using DEG funds committed as of 1 January 2015 and for which a contractual basis exists at . In addition, since 2020, a summary of the environmental and social action plan for land-related investments (agricultural investments with primary land use greater than 5,000 hectares, larger renewable energy investments and mining) is published via a link to the respective customer’s website.
Presumption of disclosure: As a general rule, all investments financed from our own funds are disclosed. If an investment is not published, there must be a compelling reason for this individual deviation, such as legal, regulatory or contractual confidentiality obligations.
From 2022 onwards, investment-related information about newly committed fund investments will be expanded to include additional information about investee companies and the fund’s country of domicile. This information will be provided on the respective customer’s website, to which DEG provides a link.
Information regularly published by DEG