Global fund manager joins Climate Action 100+BY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | TUESDAY, 1 DEC 2020 2:54PM
The world's third largest asset manager will join Climate Action 100+, the world's largest investor engagement initiative on climate change.Read more: Climate Action 100+, Climate Change, SSGA, State Street Global Advisors, BlackRock, Celsius, Cyrus Taraporevala, Emma Herd, Fiona Reynolds, Invesco, Investor Group on Climate Change, Principles for Responsible Investment
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