During the PLSA conference in Edinburgh, pension funds were split about the benefits of investing in private markets, with lack of transparency on carbon footprints being one concern
Data disclosure in private markets can prove challenging for asset owners. Aysha Gilmore takes a look at how investors are pushing for greater transparency
Does the growth of split voting options mean that the onus for climate stewardship is now on asset owners?
The Californian State Legislature has pushed ahead of the Securities and Exchange Commission by passing a bill that forces big companies to disclose their Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions
The international body for capital market authorities is backing the new IISB reporting rules
The regulatory merger marks a milestone development in the climate disclosure space, but what does this mean for investors?
The industry is divided whether new standards launched by the ISSB have the potential to unify sustainability reporting, or become yet more regulatory bluster.
Activist asset owners are gearing up to oppose the reappointment of Shell’s chair and challenge over shortcomings in the oil giant’s climate targets
New draft standards that the International Sustainability Standards Board plans to issue at the end of this quarter have the potential to unite a fragmented disclosure space
Morningstar’s global head of sustainability research Hortense Bioy told NZI asset managers are increasingly ‘softening' their ESG language
Few pension funds use TCFD reports to improve their member engagement, according to a new report
A look at the reporting, carbon credits and much more with Richard Manley from CPP Investments