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|... Federated Hermes Climate Change High Yield Credit Strategy is seeded by and designed in partnership with Swedish National Pension Fund AP1, and seeks to generate long-term, risk-adjusted outperformance through climate-aligned, attractive high-yield credit ...|
|... Government Super, the $4.1 billion Church of England Pensions Board and the $69 billion Seventh Swedish National Pension Fund (AP7). The resolution received 18.03% vote in favour (over 20% including abstentions). Meanwhile, a second resolution was put ...|
|... Government Super, the $4.1 billion Church of England Pensions Board and the $69 billion Seventh Swedish National Pension Fund (AP7). "We were over 100 with the individual shareholders - small shareholdings they hold personally or through a SMSF or a ...|
|Five new global investors have joined the Investor Statement on Green Bonds and Climate Bonds, calling on governments to grow the global green bond market. Sean Kidney, Climate Bonds Initiative chair Calvert Investments, Addenda Capital, F&C Investments ...|
|... up of companies that have both lower carbon emissions and less fossil fuel reserves. The Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund (AP4) will invest in the Northern Trust Emerging Markets Custom Low Carbon Dioxide Equity Index Fund, which has been designed ...|
|... process, and welcome their contributions." The PRI signatories are: Amundi Asset Management, First Swedish National Pension Fund (AP1), Second Swedish National Pension Fund (AP2), Third Swedish National Pension Fund (AP3), ASN Bank, Aviva Investors ...|
Assessing the ESG characteristics of mortgage and other asset-backed securities (ABS) are an "essential component" of investing in securitised markets, according to Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM).
Australian CEOs face calls for more ESG reporting and transparency, but admit they struggle to "articulate a compelling ESG story," according to research from KPMG.
Climate-related business and investment decisions are shifting from risk to capturing new opportunities, according to former APRA executive board member Geoff Summerhayes.
A former Statewide Super product and distribution manager and a financial adviser have launched an ethical multi-asset fund for retail, wholesale and institutional investors.
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