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Dear Bradford City Council,

I am researching the fossil fuel investments made by UK Local Government Pension Schemes (LGPS) for an upcoming report by UK Divest. On publication, the report is likely to receive substantial interest from press and the elected representatives sitting on pension fund committees across the UK. Therefore can you please ensure the investment data you provide is as accurate as possible as our analysis will be fundamentally informed by it.

To complete this research, I require data on each investment that was held by West Yorkshire Pension Fund on 31 March 2022, or the nearest possible date:

1. Investment names. Please provide the names of all investments held by the pension fund. For direct investments, please provide the names of individual investments such as specific stocks, bonds, and real estate units. For indirect investments (i.e. those held via a third party), please provide the names of investment vehicles, such as specific mutual funds, exchange traded funds (ETFs) and real estate investment trusts (REITs) and anything else. Note we do not need to know what each indirect investment vehicle invests in as we will determine this in the data analysis.

2. Investment identifiers. For listed investments (i.e. those traded on public exchanges), such as bonds and equities, please provide the International Securities Identifier Number (ISIN). For any investments that do not have an ISIN number, such as some alternative assets, please provide the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI). If an investment does not have an identifier, please provide an explanation.

3. Asset types. The asset type for each investment as reported by the pension fund, such as: real estate, cash, private equity, listed equity, sovereign bonds, corporate bonds etc.

4. Investment managers. The name of the entity which is responsible for the day-to-day management of each investment. For example, this could be the name of the entity which manages a specific investment fund such as Baillie Gifford, Legal & General, UBS etc. Note we do not need to know who is responsible for the overall governance of the LGPS or any pools it might belong to.

5. Investment values. The market value of each investment in pounds sterling (£) on 31 March 2022 or the nearest possible date. And please also give the total value of the pension fund.

We have created a read-only Google Sheet as a template for how we would like the data presented when you answer this request. You can view and download it here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1...

If possible, please use this Google Sheet when answering. Please note there are two tabs - 'summary' and 'data'. Please fill in both tabs. Using the template would help us accurately analyse the data provided.

If you respond promptly and to a satisfactory standard, we will willingly share our analysis with you prior to publication of our report, so you have the chance to comment and benchmark your pension fund against other UK LGPS.

I would like to receive this information in unlocked excel sheets without protected cells (.xls). If you have to password protect the excel sheets, please also provide the password to them. When considering the request for this data in excel format, please refer to Innes v Information Commissioner [2014] EWCA Civ 1086 (i), which allows a requester to express a preference for communication by a particular means, specifically: "an applicant's right to choose to have information provided to him in electronic form extends to a right to choose the software format in which it is embodied." (ii)

Please note:

Many public authorities release their contracts, minutes, and other information of interactions with private vendors in line with the Freedom of Information Act. The exemption for commercial interest under the Act (section 43) is a qualified exemption, which means information can only be withheld if it is in the public's interest. The public have an interest in knowing what the Pension Fund is investing in, the terms of contracts and the minutes of meeting with public authorities, whether or not public money changes hands immediately.

If you are relying on section 41 (the exemption for legal breach of confidence) then I would like to know the following:

* When these confidentiality agreements were agreed
* All correspondence and email in which these confidentiality agreements were discussed
* The precise wording of the confidentiality agreements.

I ask these questions because guidance issued by both the Lord Chancellor (draft guidance on FOI implementation) and the Office of Government Commerce (Model terms and conditions for goods and services) specifically state that public authorities should not enter into these types of agreements; they go directly against the spirit of the laws of disclosure. I would also point to the Information Commissioner's guidance on accepting blanket commercial confidentiality agreements: 'Unless confidentiality clauses are necessary or reasonable, there is a real risk that, in the event of a complaint, the Commissioner would order disclosure in any case.' (iii)

Finally, within the law of confidence there is also a public interest test. Therefore, the information should be disclosed in full. If any parts are redacted, they must be for information that can be proven to be a legal breach of confidence in court, and only then where secrecy can be shown to be in the public interest. These are difficult positions to argue when public money is at stake or where a public authority is offering a private company a monopoly to charge its stakeholders.

I reserve the right to appeal your decision to withhold any information or to charge excessive fees, and understand that under the act, I am entitled to a response within 20 working days. I would be grateful if you could confirm in writing that you have received this request.

Yours faithfully,

Edward Jones

(i) Innes v Information Commissioner [2014] EWCA Civ 1086 http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/...

(ii) Section 11 FOIA and the Form of a Request
https://panopticonblog.com/2014/08/01/se...

(iii) 'Freedom of Information Awareness Guidance 5: Commercial Interests' Office of the Information Commissioner, Page 10 https://www.humanrightsinitiative.org/pr...

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Catherine Hellard,

Dear Edward Jones

I refer to your request dated 20 March 2023 under the Freedom Of
Information Act asking to supply the following information:

I require data on each investment that was held by West Yorkshire Pension
Fund on 31 March 2022, or the nearest possible date:

 

1. Investment names. Please provide the names of all investments held by
the pension fund. For direct investments, please provide the names of
individual investments such as specific stocks, bonds, and real estate
units. For indirect investments (i.e. those held via a third party),
please provide the names of investment vehicles, such as specific mutual
funds, exchange traded funds (ETFs) and real estate investment trusts
(REITs) and anything else. Note we do not need to know what each indirect
investment vehicle invests in as we will determine this in the data
analysis.

 

 

2. Investment identifiers. For listed investments (i.e. those traded on
public exchanges), such as bonds and equities, please provide the
International Securities Identifier Number (ISIN). For any investments
that do not have an ISIN number, such as some alternative assets, please
provide the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI). If an investment does not have
an identifier, please provide an explanation.

 

3. Asset types. The asset type for each investment as reported by the
pension fund, such as: real estate, cash, private equity, listed equity,
sovereign bonds, corporate bonds etc.

 

4. Investment managers. The name of the entity which is responsible for
the day-to-day management of each investment. For example, this could be
the name of the entity which manages a specific investment fund such as
Baillie Gifford, Legal & General, UBS etc. Note we do not need to know who
is responsible for the overall governance of the LGPS or any pools it
might belong to.

 

5. Investment values. The market value of each investment in pounds
sterling (£) on 31 March 2022 or the nearest possible date. And please
also give the total value of the pension fund.

 

 

The Council’s response is set out below:

 

1.    Investment names. Please provide the names of all investments held
by the pension fund. For direct investments, please provide the names of
individual investments such as specific stocks, bonds, and real estate
units. For indirect investments (i.e. those held via a third party),
please provide the names of investment vehicles, such as specific mutual
funds, exchange traded funds (ETFs) and real estate investment trusts
(REITs) and anything else. Note we do not need to know what each indirect
investment vehicle invests in as we will determine this in the data
analysis.

 

Under Section 21 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, we are not
required to provide information in response to a request if it is already
reasonably accessible to you.  A list of companies in which the fund
directly holds shares, and the market value of each holding. is routinely
published on the West Yorkshire Pension Fund (WYPF) website and is the
latest audited information as at 31^st March 2022.  This information can
be found within the Investment Portfolio, Private Equity portfolio and the
Report and Accounts via the links are below:

 

Reports and Accounts  
[1]https://www.wypf.org.uk/publications/rep...

WYPF Investments       
[2]https://www.wypf.org.uk/investments/wypf...

 

 

2.    Investment identifiers. For listed investments (i.e. those traded on
public exchanges), such as bonds and equities, please provide the
International Securities Identifier Number (ISIN). For any investments
that do not have an ISIN number, such as some alternative assets, please
provide the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI). If an investment does not have
an identifier, please provide an explanation.

 

Please see 1. above.  This information can be found in the Investment
Portfolio.

 

 

3. Asset types. The asset type for each investment as reported by the
pension fund, such as: real estate, cash, private equity, listed equity,
sovereign bonds, corporate bonds etc.

 

Please see 1. above.  This information can be found in the Investment
Portfolio.

 

 

4. Investment managers. The name of the entity which is responsible for
the day-to-day management of each investment. For example, this could be
the name of the entity which manages a specific investment fund such as
Baillie Gifford, Legal & General, UBS etc. Note we do not need to know who
is responsible for the overall governance of the LGPS or any pools it
might belong to.

 

WYPF investments are internally managed.

 

 

5. Investment values. The market value of each investment in pounds
sterling (£) on 31 March 2022 or the nearest possible date. And please
also give the total value of the pension fund.

 

Please see 1. above

 

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Dear Catherine Hellard,

Many thanks for your response and help with this - much appreciated.

I am hoping that this can be dealt with as a clarification, and not a internal review, to ensure a quicker response. Please let me know if an internal review is necessary.

Thanks for sending the link to the investments page. This page on your website is particularly useful for all your investment data, which combines private equities with the rest of the pension funds investments:

https://www.wypf.org.uk/investments/wypf...

However, I was hoping you can help, as that page doesn't answer everything we asked for in the original request.

Some investments, especially towards the bottom of the page, are missing ISINs or any other type of identifier (see some Infrastructure, Property, Hedge Funds and all Private Equity. Also at least one Equity - 'UNTRADED C ANIMAL HEALTH' and at least one listed alternative - 'LEADHALL VALUE INSURANCE SIDE POCKET 4'). As was asked for in the original request:

"2. Investment identifiers. For listed investments (i.e. those traded on public exchanges), such as bonds and equities, please provide the International Securities Identifier Number (ISIN). For any investments that do not have an ISIN number, such as some alternative assets, please provide the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI). If an investment does not have an identifier, please provide an explanation."

Can you please provide ISINs for those missing them? And for any investments that do not have an ISIN number, can you please provide the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) instead? If an investment does not have an identifier, please provide an explanation.

We really need identifiers for as many investments as possible to help us analyse the data.

It would be very helpful, when responding to this, if you provided the additional data in an excel spreadsheet, as originally requested alongside the other columns.

As mentioned in the original request:

"We have created a read-only Google Sheet as a template for how we would like the data presented when you answer this request. You can view and download it here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1...

"If possible, please use this Google Sheet when answering. Please note there are two tabs - 'summary' and 'data'. Please fill in both tabs. Using the template would help us accurately analyse the data provided.

The above template shows how we would exactly like the data presented, and ideally having LEI and ISIN identifiers in two separate columns. It also provides a column entitled notes, which gives a space to explain any data gaps.

Yours sincerely,

Edward Jones

Catherine Hellard,

Thank you for your email.  I am out of the office until Monday 3rd April
and will respond to your email as soon as possible upon my return. 

If you would like to make a Freedom of Information request, please send
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Catherine Hellard,

Dear Edward Jones,

Thank you for your email.

I can inform you the Investment Portfolio on the West Yorkshire Pension Fund website has been updated with any missing International Securities Identifier Numbers (ISIN). Where there is no ISIN or Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) it is because we do not hold this information.

Your sincerely

Cath Hellard
Freedom of Information Coordinator
West Yorkshire Pension Fund

Tel: 01274 434375
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Dear Catherine Hellard,

Many thanks for your response and help with this - much appreciated.

I am hoping that this can be dealt with as a clarification, and not a internal review, to ensure a quicker response. Please let me know if an internal review is necessary.

You say: "I can inform you the Investment Portfolio on the West Yorkshire Pension Fund website has been updated with any missing International Securities Identifier Numbers (ISIN). Where there is no ISIN or Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) it is because we do not hold this information."

I presume you mean this spreadsheet on your website has been updated? https://www.wypf.org.uk/investments/wypf...

In the above spreadsheet on your website you do not provide ISIN or LEI identifiers for all investments. We really need this data to accurately analyse the data. Without the identifiers, it is difficult to compare investments across pensions funds and to match them with other datasets that we will use to research your fossil fuel exposure. Please can you provide the identifier for each investment or an explanation of why the identifier does not exist.

If you do not hold ISIN or LEI identifiers internally, you can request them from your investment manager(s). If needed you can also find ISINs and LEIs online. For example, Trustnet (https://www.trustnet.com/) and LEI Lookup (https://www.lei-lookup.com/record/) are useful tools for finding ISINs and LEIs from investment names. The issue with our research team using these tools is that it is easy to make mistakes as there are sometimes several investments with similar names. So, ideally someone who is familiar with the pension funds investments would do this to prevent mistakes and provide the assurance that the data has been approved.

Please note that other pension funds have provided both LEIs and ISINs for all investments. For example, see the response from Gwynedd Pension Fund: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/g...). Finally, note that you could likely reuse the ISIN and LEI identifiers for other applications such as financial reporting and data analysis.

Finally, if ISINs or LEIs are not available for any investments, can you instead provide SEDOL or CUSIP identifiers for those investments? If the investment managers and/or the pension fund holds SEDOLs or CUSIP identifiers for investments which don't have LEIs or ISINs, can they please release those?

Yours sincerely,

Edward Jones

P.S. Specifically these are the investments which are currently missing any investment identifiers on your website:

ALDERMANBURY HOUSE
101 EMBANKMENT
BLACKSTONE REAL ESTATE PARTNERS EUROPE VI
BRIDGES PROPERTY ALTERNATIVES II
BRIDGES PROPERTY ALTERNATIVES IV
CBRE REAL ESTATE EUROSIRIS FUND
CHANTRY PLACE
EUROPEAN REAL ESTATE DEBT FUND II L.P.
LEGAL & GENERAL PROPERTY FUND
LEGAL & GENERAL UK PROPERTY INCOME FUND II
M&G RESIDENTIAL PRS SCHEME
Partners Group Asia-Pacific & Emerging Mkts Real E
Partners Group Real Estate Secondary 2013
PATRIZIA HANOVER PROPERTY UNIT TRUST
PGIM REAL ESTATE UK AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUND
ROCKSPRING PERIPHERAL EUROPE LP
SELLY OAK RETAIL PARK
ST BRIDE'S KEY CITIES
ST BRIDE'S WHITE ROSE PARTNERSHIP
US Real Property Income Fund
 AURUM WYPF MANAGED PORTFOLIO
A&M CAPITAL EUROPE (AMCE)
ABERDEEN ASIA PACIFIC III EX-CO-INVESTMENT FUND
ALPINE INVESTORS FUND VII
ALPINE INVESTORS FUND VIII
BLACKROCK GROWTH EQUITY FUND 1
BR/WY INVESTMENT FEEDER LP
BRIDGEPOINT EUROPE III
BRIDGEPOINT EUROPE IV 'B'
BRIDGEPOINT EUROPE V
BRIDGEPOINT EUROPE VI
BVI PARTNERS IX
CCMP III
CHANDOS FUND LP
COLBECK STRATEGIC LENDING FEEDER
COLBECK STRATEGIC LENDING FUNDING II
DOVER ST VII (HARBOURVEST)
DOVER ST VIII (HARBOURVEST)
DOVER STREET IX AIF
ELYSIAN CAPITAL I LP
ELYSIAN FUND II
ELYSIAN FUND III
ENTERPRISE VENTURES GROWTH FUND
ENTERPRISE VENTURES GROWTH FUND II
ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES FUND II
EQUISTONE EUROPE FUND II A
EQUISTONE FUND V
EQUISTONE PARTNERS EUROPE FUND III F
EQUISTONE PARTNERS EUROPE FUND IV 'E'
EQUISTONE PARTNERS EUROPE FUND VI
EUROPEAN STRATEGIC PARTNERS 2004 'B'
EUROPEAN STRATEGIC PARTNERS 2006
EUROPEAN STRATEGIC PARTNERS II
GENSTAR CAPITAL PARTNERS VII FUND
GENSTAR CAPITAL PARTNERS VIII
GOLDMAN SACHS MULTI-STRATEGY OFFSHORE
GOLDMAN SACHS OFFSHORE PEP 2004
GOLDMAN SACHS PEP XI
GOLDMAN SACHS PEP 2002 OFFSHORE LTD PARTNERSHIP
GOLDMAN SACHS PEP 2005
GOLDMAN SACHS PEP IX
GROWTH CAPITAL PARTNERS FUND IV
Growth Capital Partners Fund V
GROWTH CAPITAL PARTNERS III
GS CAPITAL PARTNERS V
GS VINTAGE IV
GS VINTAGE VI OFFSHORE
HARBOURVEST CO INV FUND IV
HARBOURVEST INTL PARTNERS VI
HARBOURVEST INTL PEP V
HARBOURVEST IX
HARBOURVEST VII
HARBOURVEST VIII CAYMAN BUYOUT FUND
HGGC FUND II
HGGC FUND III
HIGHBRIDGE MEZZANINE PARTNERS II LTD
HIPEP VII (AIF) PARTNERSHIP
INDUSTRIAL LENDING I S.A
KEY CAPITAL PARTNERS FD IV
KEY CAPITAL PARTNERS FUND VII
KEY CAPITAL PARTNERS IX
KEY CAPITAL PARTNERS VIII
LEXINGTON CAPITAL PARTNERS VII
LEXINGTON CO INVEST PARTNERS IV
LEXINGTON CO-INVESTMENT PARTNERS III
LMMI (OFFSHORE) II L.P.
LMMI (OFFSHORE) III LP
LMMI IV
MEZZVEST PARTNERS III LTD
NB STRATEGIC CO-INVESMENT CAYMAN II
NB STRATEGIC CO-INVESTMENTS III
NORTH AMERICAN STRATEGIC PARTNERS 2006
NORTHEDGE CAPITAL FUND I
NORTHEDGE CAPITAL FUND II
NORTHEDGE CAPITAL SME FUND I
NORTHEDGE III
NORTHERN PRIVATE EQUITY POOL 2018-2019
NORTHERN PRIVATE EQUITY POOL 2020
Northern Private Equity Pool 2021
NORTHERN PRIVATE EQUITY POOL 2022
OCP ASIA FUND IV
PALATINE FUND II
PALATINE FUND III
PALATINE IV
PALATINE PRIVATE EQUITY FUND
PANTHEON ASIA FUND VI LP
PARTNERS GROUP ASIA-PACIFIC 2007
Q-BLK PRIVATE CAPITAL III (OFFSHORE)
RISINGSTARS GROWTH FUND II
Tenzing Private Equity II L.P.
TRILANTIC CAPITAL PARTNERS V (NORTH AMERIC) LP
TRILANTIC CAPITAL PARTNERS VI
WESTBRIDGE CAPITAL FUND II
AMP CAPITAL GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND II
ANTIN INFRASTRUCTRE PARTNERS FUND IV
BIIF LP
BLACKSTONE INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS FUND I
EQUITIX FUND II LP
EQUITIX FUND III
FALKO REGIONAL AIRCRAFT OPPORTUNITIES FUND
FALKO REGIONAL AIRCRAFT OPPORTUNITIES FUND II
FITZWALTER CAPITAL PARTNERS 1 LP
GLIL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND
GS INFRASTRUCTURE FUND
GS INFRASTRUCTURE II FUND
INFRACAPITAL PARTNERS III
ISQ GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND II
ISQ Global Infrastructure Fund III, L.P.
LS POWER EQUITY PARTNERS IV
MACQUARIE EURO IINFRASTRUCTURE FUND 5
MACQUARIE GIG RENEWABLE ENERGY FUND 1
MEIF5 SIDECAR CO-INVESTMENT VEHICLE
NAPIER PARK MULTI ASSET FUND
PANTHEON GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND 'A'
PANTHEON GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND II
PARTNERS GROUP DIRECT INFRASTRUCTURE 2020
RESONANCE BRITISH WIND ENERGY INC LTD
RESONANCE INDUSTRIAL WATER INFRASTRUCTURE LTD
SCIENS AVIATION SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES FUND II
SCIENS AVIATION SPECIAL OPPS FUND III
SL CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE I
SL CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE II
STONEPEAK INFRASTRUCTURE FUND III
STONEPEAK INFRASTRUCTURE FUND IV

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Dear Edward Jones

 

Thank you for your email dated 3 May 2023. A review of the decision has
been made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

 

I have considered the information presented to me and can confirm that
West Yorkshire Pension Fund (WYPF) can rely on Section 21 of the Freedom
of Information Act 2000, as we are not required to provide information in
response to a request if it is already reasonably accessible to you.  A
list of Investment Identifiers can be found within the Investment
Portfolio on the WYPF website via this link [1]WYPF investment portfolio

 

WYPF do not hold any International Securities Identifier Numbers (ISIN)
and Legal Entity Identifiers (LEI) that are not already listed on the
website.  If this information is found online and there is any ambiguity
due to several investments with similar names, please contact WYPF and we
will look into this matter for you and clarify the correct fund.

 

If you are not satisfied with the outcome of this internal review you have
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at: Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane,
Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF. Tel: 0303 123 1113. URL: [2]www.ico.org.uk. 

 

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Information Commissioners Office (ICO) under the provisions of the Data
Protection Act 2018. The Council takes its responsibilities under the Act
very seriously. 

 

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Yours sincerely

 

Matt Mott

 

Matt Mott

Head of Governance and Business Development

West Yorkshire Pension Fund

E: [email address]

T: 07815 476877

 

WYPF, PO Box 67, Bradford, BD1 1UP

 

City of Bradford Metropolitan Council

Chief Executive's Department

 

West Yorkshire Pension Fund

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