Tag Archives: TCFD

How will history remember the Pension Schemes Act 2021?

  The Pension Schemes Bill received Royal Assent last week and is now enacted. Though assent is a formality, it draws the line in the sand. “What is changing”  is now “what has changed” and the work of Guy Opperman … Continue reading

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TCFD is the green washing test for UK asset managers

This post from David Crum of Minerva analytics is profoundly disturbing David Crum ASIP• 1stManaging Director – Asset Steward Solutions2w • Edited • 2 weeks ago   2020 – the year the investment industry dropped the ball on ‘Implementation Statements’ This … Continue reading

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“Shape up or shape out” – DWP give small DC schemes one year’s notice

   It is not acceptable for savers to be enrolled in arrangements that do not deliver value in terms of costs, investment returns or secure and resilient governance. Government would expect trustees acting in the best interests of their members … Continue reading

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Changing the way our pensions work

I expect that those few remaining trustees and members of IGCs and GAAs who are in denial of the value of ESG, will – in the face of the forthcoming Act and the detail within the consultation, step down. Continue reading

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