The week that was: PMT, Ethics in asset ownership, ISSB absorbs TCFD, Phoenix Group
Do not miss some of Net Zero Investor's best news pieces, interviews and analyses from last week
Hartwig Liersch, since 2017 the chief investment officer of Dutch pension fund PMT, opens up about his scheme's net zero investment strategies.
A divestment decision by Norges Bank Investment Management begs the question: do investors have any ethical obligations towards our planet?
Asset owners' climate allocations are growing and engagement efforts deepening but fresh capital for renewables is deployed too slowly, Roger Urwin argues.
Industry insiders respond with a mixture of praise and disbelief as the ISSB has agreed to take over the responsibilities of the TCFD next year.
Head of climate change at Phoenix Group Bruno Gardner speaks about active engagement to drive decarbonisation efforts.
PRI chief David Atkin sees a rapid 'broadening' of Asian investors making serious net zero efforts, with rich Malaysian pension funds leading the pack.
The chair of the Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance warns that many asset owners may fall victim to adverse climate impacts, with insurers already suffering.
The regulatory merger marks a milestone development in the climate disclosure space, but what does this mean for investors?