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The latest developments in sustainable finance: Storebrand to pre-disclose votes five days ahead of AGMs; TPR questions ‘generic’ pension scheme TCFD reporting.
Proponents reject report as ‘wholly inadequate’ ahead of vote, as bank reveals it turned down seven transactions over Indigenous risks.
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Amendments that would make it compulsory for shareholders to be offered a vote on listed companies’ climate transition plans, as reported under CSRD, are being debated at the National Assembly.
German manager says action by energy firm 'does not reflect a sufficient level of action to meet Paris Agreement commitments'. 
RI speaks with investors, regulators and stewardship professionals on the challenges in demonstrating the effectiveness of stewardship efforts.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: IFRS Foundation launches survey for investor climate-related disclosures; ISS recommends vote against Woodside transition plan.
Church of England Pensions Board to support green financing ratio proposals at banks; investor heavyweights to support ESG proposals at Lennar.
Responsible Investor talks to asset managers about the pros and cons of the popular climate metric.
Red Flags
Removal of red flags will have positive credit and equity impact, say Barclays analysts.
RBC to publish green financing ratio; SEC sides with Amazon on living wage proposal.
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