Wiltshire Pension Fund sets 2050 net-zero goal

The fund has also collaboratively launched a Paris-aligned investment benchmark

Holly Roach
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The fund has also launched a Paris-aligned investment benchmark in collaboration with other funds in the Brunel LGPS pool
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The fund has also launched a Paris-aligned investment benchmark in collaboration with other funds in the Brunel LGPS pool

The Wiltshire Pension Fund has set a 2050 goal to reach net-zero investments, to meet the demands of its members.

The fund said it is committed to a low-carbon portfolio, and will ensure it invests in global equities that are weighted according to their carbon intensity. It said this approach has enabled the fund...

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