Survey finds 27% rise in TCFD reporting in one year

Redington said despite this increase, more meaningful progress on ESG is needed

Holly Roach
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Redington said there is an increased emphasis on 'thoughtful, results-oriented stewardship'
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Redington said there is an increased emphasis on 'thoughtful, results-oriented stewardship'

The number of firms who completed the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) reporting rose from 28% in 2020 to 45% in 2021, according to research by Redington.

The firm's annual Sustainable Investment Survey - which questioned 112 asset managers - revealed a 27% rise in TCFD reporting, but warned there are "a number of areas where managers are still yet to make...

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