Climate change and pension investment: what should trustees be considering?

Climate change risks and opportunities are increasingly seen as factors which trustees of occupational pension schemes can and should take into account when investing their scheme assets. Trustees of both defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) schemes may experience the impact of climate change on the value of their scheme assets.

Trustees of DB schemes should also be alert to the impact of climate change on their sponsoring employer.

To read our briefing note covering the topic, please click on the Download button.

 

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Authored by the pension team

Contacts
Katie Banks
Partner
London
Duncan Buchanan
Partner
London
Claire Southern
Partner
London
Edward Brown
Partner
London
Faye Jarvis
Partner
London

 

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