Investors considering climate change investment policies double


EUROPE - The number of investors considering climate change policies as key to manager selection has doubled since 2007, but the actual integration of these policies into investment mandates has failed to take off, a report by the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) revealed.

The survey - conducted by Mercer - found 60% of asset owners asked climate change related questions when meeting with potential managers in 2009, compared to 30% in 2007. Meanwhile, 70% of respo...

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