For pension funds, stakeholder capitalism makes fiduciary and business sense, writes Denise Le Gal, Chair of Brunel Pension Partnership.
Tightening product disclosure rules leave fund managers vulnerable to regulatory risks.
New regulator will have sharper teeth, but may soon have more on its plate.
Without early action, the UK’s largest banks and insurers would suffer climate-related losses worth US$418 billion by 2050.
Funds plan to align their investment strategies ahead of COP27.
Plans include the expansion of oil, gas and nuclear.
Oscar Warwick Thompson, Head of Policy and Communications at UKSIF, calls for a net zero test for government fiscal policies.
New framework aims to broaden sustainability reporting and embrace double materiality but faces long path to law.
Complexity of combining SFDR and Taxonomy-specific RTSs pushes implementation date back to 2023.
Annual assessment suggests improvement, but PIRC argues for 'root-and-branch' review.
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