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The latest developments in sustainable finance: CalPERS to vote against all Exxon directors; NBIM to vote against TotalEnergies CEO.
Investment giant raises concerns around increasing focus on ‘sustainability outcomes’.
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Industry body says consultants should be FCA regulated to ensure trustees get best advice on fiduciary duty and sustainability.
NOW Pensions’ sustainability chief warns that split voting could harm stewardship efforts as scheme moves equity management in-house.
As RI's stewardship survey enters its final week, here are some interesting findings from the initial responses.
The latest ESG movers and shakers: P+ head of ESG joins SEB Denmark; GIB Asset Management chief sustainability officer Venetia Bell leaves.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Renault commits to climate lobbying review, EFRAG selects Datamaran for ESRS work.
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The People's Pension sets out minimum expectations for managers, including signing stewardship code and resourcing, and warns of lost mandates.
Rebellion against Woodside climate plan; LGIM living wage proposal survives ‘no action’.
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Pressure builds on Aussie oil giant’s chair Richard Goyder as global investors pre-declare votes ahead of AGM on Wednesday.
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