UK schemes lag on responsible investing issues


Corporate schemes must increase transparency and demand more responsible investing from their asset managers to keep pace with pension funds outside the UK, UKSIF says.

The sustainable investment forum said private sector funds needed to make their statement of investment principles more freely available to the public and build environmental, social and governance...

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