Deloitte shifts £1bn to sustainable default

Deloitte members of the Standard Life Master Trust will switch to the ASI sustainable index fund

Jonathan Stapleton
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Deloitte's new default aims to improve ESG outcomes

Deloitte's new default aims to improve ESG outcomes

Deloitte has announced it is introducing a new default pension fund in a bid to place a greater focus on sustainability for the 35,000 Deloitte pension plan members in the Standard Life Master Trust.

The professional services firm said £1bn of pensions investments would move into Aberdeen Standard Investments' (ASI) Sustainable World Index Fund as a result of the switch. Deloitte said the move came...

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