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AXA IM’s Bertrand Loubières is hesitant to set up an Article 9 fund, describing a ‘conflict’ with equity sponsors to obtain emissions data.
US manager reportedly convening a working group to prepare investor response to Republican pushback.
The successful recruit will advise on various regulatory regimes.
ESG and impact investing organisations are taking note as the US’s fourth biggest pension system acts against the movement.
The firm's founder and president, Amy Lynch, talks about what concerns advisers have and gives advice on how they should react.
A dearth of emissions data is jeopardising UK pension funds’ TCFD compliance, so investment consultancy Hymans Robertson encourages clients to report on lack of data quality in TCFD reports.
Half of private managers ignored Hymans Robertson's requests for climate data availability, with private debt a particular dark spot.
The SEC has proposed the abolition of ‘preferential transparency’ enshrined in side letters, which are often a vehicle for ESG requests.
The commission has proposed a rule restricting side letters that grant certain LPs ‘preferential information and rights’. But for LACERA, side letters are ‘a crucial means for market innovation’.
Carbon accounting business Normative raised €31m in a funding round led by Blume Equity.

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