We have updated our materiality assessment, inviting internal stakeholders from across Permira to participate in assessing potential issues considered important to both our external stakeholders and also to Permira. This materiality assessment is used to inform the ESG strategy and approach for Permira, at a firm level. It also informs our ESG reporting approach and content to ensure that material and important issues for stakeholders are addressed in our approach and disclosures.
The topics presented below reflect our revised material ESG issues and were defined by our benchmarking, stakeholder workshop and assessment of the relative important of each topic. The topics have been mapped according to what we believe to be the level of importance and potential impact on Permira and Permira’s significant stakeholder groups, which include portfolio companies, investors, employees, industry bodies, media, regulators and suppliers. The matrix reflects an increased emphasis on social issues, culture and employees, while cyber security and data protection remains our most important topic, followed by business resilience and culture and ethics.
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