Financial Times

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Financial Times

“A Morningstar analysis of SEC reports on how funds voted at US shareholder meetings this year reveals that many big asset managers’ ESG funds often side with management and vote against climate or social shareholder proposals. The new SEC data come as officials at Arvella Investments published research showing a big variety in climate proposal support from index funds. In 2018, BlackRock supported only 23 per cent of climate change proposals while Legal & General supported 85 per cent.”

Green property financing, Frontier impact, US chiefs v gun violence (article behind paywall)

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