The final results of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) Assessment 2021 – covering financial year 2020 – have been published! Asper scored 93 out of 100 points (five stars) in the Infrastructure module, and 90 out of 100 points (four stars) in the Investment & Stewardship module. The module scores have changed from alphabetical grading (from A+ to E) in 2020 to a new numerical grading system ranging (from 1 to 5 stars) in 2021 to create more dispersion. PRI also recalibrated the questions to gain deeper insights, for example in assessing how firms are dealing with climate change risks and opportunities in their investment decisions.

Asper is proud of the high scores on the PRI Assessment as they highlight our strong expertise in responsible investment and infrastructure which supports the goals of our clients. We aim to keep investing in reporting and benchmarking, to increase our own standards and help raise those of the industry. Asper’s latest Public Transparency Report has been published on our website here.

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The United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment works to understand the investment implications of environmental, social and governance factors and to support its international network of investor signatories in integrating these factors into their investment and ownership decisions. For more information, please see

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Jiska Klein

Senior Sustainability Manager

Jiska has more than 8 years of experience in management consulting in the area of sustainability, climate risk and circular economy. Jiska joined from a climate change and sustainability advisory role within KPMG, one of the largest consultancy firms worldwide. At KPMG, Jiska advised multinational companies within the financial and non-financial sector on sustainability-related regulations, responsible investment and ESG-related matters. Furthermore, she conducted audits on social & environmental performances of companies’ sites in Europe, Africa, and the Americas, and she was involved in providing assurance on companies’ non-financial information.

At Asper, Jiska enhances Asper’s sustainable investment strategy, gathers ESG and impact data from our platforms, and engages with investors and other stakeholders on ESG-related matters.

Jiska holds a BA in Economics from the University of Amsterdam, and a MA in International Economics and Business with a focus on Globalization & Development Economics and Environmental Economics from Utrecht University.