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  • Canadian regulators urged to investigate GHG emissions disclosures of big banks

    10 January 2024

    Canadian financial markets regulators have been urged to investigate whether five of the country's largest banks are disclosing adequate climate-related information.

  • PBAF seeks to nip biodiversity materiality struggles in the bud

    17 March 2023

    The Partnership for Biodiversity Accounting Financials (PBAF) is prioritising helping financial institutions overcome their struggles to assess biodiversity materiality, the organisation has said.

  • Canadian engagement initiative identifies 40 target companies

    09 June 2022

    A list of 40 Canada-listed companies that will be targets of investor pressure on climate-related issues has been published by a burgeoning collaborative engagement initiative.

  • BMO GAM targets biodiversity engagement escalation

    05 May 2022

    BMO Global Asset Management (GAM) said it will widen its corporate engagement on environmental and biodiversity issues in 2022 after escalating action in 2021, in particular focusing on turning commitments into action.

  • Gender-lens scorecard identifies leaders and laggards

    08 March 2022

    Gender-lens themed funds managed by Pax, UBS and Nordea were ranked among top performers in a scorecard which left BMO- and Daiwa-managed funds languishing at the bottom end of the ranking.

  • BMO to engage with chemicals companies

    24 January 2022

    The European arm of BMO Global Asset Management will make the chemicals industry a key area of focus for sustainability-related engagements in the coming year.

  • Most large French companies 'still don't have enough women on boards'

    17 January 2022

    A €5 trillion ($5.7 trillion) French investor initiative focused on improving corporate gender diversity hopes for "more tangible progress" in 2022...

  • Impact: areas to watch in 2022

    24 December 2021

    Big-name players demonstrate the growing appeal of impact strategies - but calls for more credible evidence of impact continue to grow, Michael Hurley writes