Aviva announces net-zero default and urges same requirement for all AE funds

Holly Roach
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Aviva has set a 2050 net-zero target for its own auto-enrolment (AE) default pension funds, and called on the government to make all AE default funds set the same goal.

The provider said it is committed to making progress towards the 2050 net-zero target - which is aligned to the Paris Agreement and the UK government's target - as quickly as possible and is explor...

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