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Nearly half the emissions potential from largest oil, gas and coal firms 'under the influence of 10 financial entities', including Fidelity, BlackRock and State Street.
The cost-of-living crisis is the latest challenge facing ESG investors in a turbulent year – but one they can't afford to ignore, says ShareAction CEO Catherine Howarth.
One manager is considering setting up an annual forum to consult clients on voting ahead of proxy season.
Federated Hermes, Invesco, Fidelity Investment and Wells Fargo listed as “sponsors” by US foundation, while JP Morgan and KKR are flagged as “friends of SFOF sponsors”.
Minister voices hope that the UK could be first country to mandate TNFD reporting; move to Canada confirmed for COP15.
More support for reproductive rights proposals at US retailers; proxy voting season gets underway in Japan with first-ever institutional investor climate proposals.
Israeli soldiers guarding a barrier, silhouetted against afternoon sun
Concern comes as Norwegian pension KLP calls on investors to evaluate – and in some cases divest from – companies linked to the region.
Feedback from panellists on key topics of interests across the ESG space from RI's recently concluded Europe conference.
UK’s £37bn railways pension scheme launches $1trn investor initiative on unequal voting rights with US public funds.
Pension plans should also consider what constitutes an appropriate stewardship approach given investment strategy, fund structure and size.
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