Asset managers' climate stewardship needs to be 'dismantled', says pension fund
An analysis of asset managers' voting records on climate resolutions at oil and gas companies has triggered one of the UK's biggest pension funds to call for a "complete dismantling" of the industry's approach to stewardship.
NBIM warns London listing change would curb investor influence
The manager of the world's largest sovereign wealth fund has added its voice to warnings that the UK's plans to reform its listing rules could "decrease" the influence of investor engagement with companies.
The Future of ESG Data Conference: Highlights
Environmental Finance's in-person conference on The Future of ESG Data this week highlighted the numerous challenges that are being addressed in the space, as related regulatory and market developments unfold at record pace
Brunel: Confronting social and climate issues together is 'critical'
Handling social issues like diversity alongside climate change will be crucial in the transition to a low-carbon global economy, a Brunel Pension Partnership executive has said.
Schroders backs Brunel UK impact fund
Brunel appoints Jupiter, Mirova to £2.5bn sustainable equity fund
Brunel Pension Partnership has appointed Jupiter Asset Management and Mirova US as additional managers of its rapidly growing £2.5 billion ($3.4 billion) sustainable listed global equities fund.
Just transition, inequality, and diversity are 'next hot topics for ESG data'
Improved data on diversity and inclusion has come to the "forefront of investors' demands"...
Exclusive investor reaction to IPCC report: No part of portfolio immune
A landmark report published today by leading climate scientists has been greeted by investors as a chastening warning of the potentially catastrophic impacts of current global emissions, but also an important signifier of the transition required.