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Pension Schemes Practical Examples

This is a collection of examples from pension schemes embedding ESG considerations into their investment decisions, reporting, or engagement across the investment chain.

The series is designed to enable trustees to understand the practical steps that peers are taking as well as their ‘top tips’ to taking similar action.

These examples align with the focus areas in our ESG Maturity Map for Pension Trustees.

While the initial group of examples are from UK schemes, many of the steps taken and recommendations given can be transferable to other jurisdictions.

We aim to build up this bank of ‘Practical Examples’ so please contact Kerry.Perkins@accountingforsustainability.org if you have an example to share.

Accounting for Sustainability is a Charitable Incorporated Organization, registered charity number 1195467. Accounting for Sustainability is part of The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation (PWCF) Group of Charities.
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