• People Moves, 1 March: South Pole, PRI, Blue Earth Capital, United Bankers ... and more

    01 March 2024
  • 'Ground-breaking' FMLC report classifies fiduciary duty for pension funds

    07 February 2024

    The Financial Markets Law Committee (FMLC) has issued a report intended to provided clarity on how climate and sustainability considerations can be integrated by pension fund fiduciaries.

  • People moves, 8 September: Apollo, IFM Investors, Axa, Adenia Partners and PRI

    08 September 2023
  • Investors welcome 'major step' of UK carbon markets regulation consultation

    10 April 2023

    Investors have commended the UK government's commitment to consulting on regulating voluntary carbon markets.

  • People moves, 6 May: Amundi, Mercer, Robeco, EBRD & more...

    06 May 2022
  • Tobacco investor engagement 'would not yield results'

    29 March 2022

    Investor engagement will not be able to help the tobacco sector avert its decline, an executive at pension and insurance provider Scottish Widows has said.

  • Scottish Widows divests from tobacco due to 'stranded asset risk'

    28 March 2022

    Pension and insurance provider Scottish Widows will divest £1.5 billion ($2.1 billion) of assets from companies with exposure to tobacco or some fossil fuels.

  • $2.7trn BlackRock proxy voting move 'game-changing' for industry

    08 October 2021

    BlackRock will offer institutional clients expanded proxy voting options across its index business in the "first step" from the asset manager...

  • BlackRock switches five tracker funds to ESG indexes

    30 June 2021

    Blackrock have updated the existing indices for five of its funds, within its Authorised Contractual Scheme (ACS) range...

  • Scottish Widows urges £2.5trn UK pension industry to urgently close 'green gap'

    08 February 2021

    Scottish Widows has urged other UK pension funds to help close the £2.2 trillion ($3 trillion) 'green gap' following its announcement of strengthened climate targets, arguing the "steady progress" on climate being made by the industry was "not fast enough".