Putting in place a decarbonization policy for a large, diversified portfolio that balances ambition with fiduciary duty can be hard work.
The European ETFs industry is developing at a fast pace, as the pandemic and ESG-specific products accelerate institutional interest.
Ivanhoe Cambridge, the real estate investment unit of Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec, plans to achieve net-zero carbon by 2040.
Church Commissioners for England is targeting a 25% reduction in the carbon intensity of its investment portfolio by 2025.
Investors are pushing to have ESG issues highlighted by the COVID-19 crisis linked to executive compensation.
Investors keen on checking how companies are fulfilling commitments on diversity, equity and inclusion can now track their progress.
Bruce Hogg was named head of Canada Pension Plan Investment Board's new sustainable energy group, a new position.
Legal & General Investment Management and Mercer will reduce the carbon footprint of some of their retirement portfolios by 2030.
Investors can track corporate alignment to the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals in real time through a newly available monitor.
More than 1 in 5 people in the alternative investment industry are women, representing a slow but steady increase in gender parity.
Sweden's state-backed pension funds have failed to live up to a key metric when it comes to protecting the planet, a report suggests.
New York State Common Retirement Fund reached agreements with five major U.S. companies to work toward a low-carbon future.
British Columbia Investment Management Corp. announced plans to allocate $4 billion to sustainability bonds over the next five years.
Roger Lewis was named head of environmental, social and governance at River and Mercantile Group.
Two pension funds in New York City Retirement Systems will divest an estimated $4 billion in securities related to fossil fuel companies.
David DeVos was named global head of ESG and Elena Alschuler was named U.S. head of sustainability at LaSalle Investment Management.
Impact investors are getting more sophisticated and efficient as they make performance and capital allocation decisions, a report finds.
Nations are making advances in preparing for climate change, but there are significant gaps.
ESG is a growing focus for alternative investment managers who are being pushed to take those considerations seriously by investors.
Moody's is the first in the S&P 500 to join a campaign for corporate climate action and disclosure.
The U.S. lags in the booming $40 trillion sustainable finance industry, where European firms have built a seemingly unassailable lead.
European investors are launching an independent institute to implement the new global tailings dam standard.
AP7 sold $32 million of investments in coal producer shares following its latest six-month review of exclusions.
Institutional investors are using new tactics and the power of collective action to make energy companies take climate change seriously.
Money managers with $9 trillion in AUM have launched an initiative committing to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.