Mercer to analyse climate change portfolio riskBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | WEDNESDAY, 24 SEP 2014 6:26PM
Mercer is revisiting the topic of a 2011 study examining the strategic asset allocation implications of climate change scenarios, partnering with a group of institutional investors that manage more than US$1.5 trillion in assets under management.Read more: Mercer, climate change, AustralianSuper, Helga Birgden, AP1, Cbus, Guy Carpenter, Marsh & McLennan Companies, NERA Economic Consulting, NZ Superannuation Fund, VicSuper
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