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The “Air Miles First” approach to sustainable investing.

  Just how serious are American investment houses in saving the planet? No doubt delegates to this conference consider the concept of a “fly-in” pretty cool. Delegates get to meet each other in a Washington Conference Hotel having flown in … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson’s 10 point plan for a green industrial revolution

This article first appeared in the Financial Times -17/11/20. To access the links you need to be an FT subscriber. Slowly but surely humanity is taking the upper hand in the fight against the virus. We have not won yet. … Continue reading

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“Sustainable investment – economic imperative or political fad? ” Tomorrow’s Pension PlayPen Lunch.

  Tomorrow we will have an announcement from one of our leading DC pension plans that it is switching its default option into a fund that focusses on sustainable investments. To mark this, we will have a special pension playpen … Continue reading

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How much support do we get from our Workie?

Workie¬†– if the DWP’s advertising campaign’s to be believed, is a workplace pension (albeit one looking for friends in the park). We want to know how friendly our Workies really are, how much support they are giving ¬†employers in running … Continue reading

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