There is an increasing focus on the management of environment, social and governance (ESG) risks, including climate-related risks, by UK pension schemes, providers and assets managers. New and increasing disclosure requirements mean that trustees, providers and asset managers will be exposed to even greater scrutiny from policymakers, regulators, members and civil society groups. Corporate sponsors also need to be alive to the reputational risks that can arise if their pension scheme is out of step with their own corporate values on these issues.
Episode 1: The evolving landscape
Featuring Ashley Hamilton-Claxton, Head of Responsible Investment at Royal London Asset Management
In this podcast, Ashley Hamilton-Claxton, Head of Responsible Investment at Royal London Asset Management, shares her:
Featuring Emma Douglas, Head of DC at Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM)
In this second episode, Tim Smith, Pensions Professional Support Lawyer is joined by Emma Douglas, Head of DC at Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) and they discuss:
Featuring Caroline Escott, Senior Investment Manager at RPMI Railpen
In this latest podcast in our series on Pensions and ESG, Michael Aherne, Of Counsel, discusses what it means to implement a responsible investment strategy in practice with Caroline Escott, Senior Investment Manager at RPMI Railpen. In particular, Caroline shares:
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