Aegon default invests £3bn in BlackRock ESG fund range

The investment will double the ESG exposure in Aegon’s workplace default fund

Hope William-Smith
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 Aegon managing director Tim Orton
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Aegon managing director Tim Orton

Aegon UK is set to transition £3bn of assets from its workplace default fund into BlackRock’s new ESG index fund range.

The investment - announced today (26 April) - will double the ESG exposure in the default and see workplace pension holders monies placed into a range of six equity index mutual funds co-developed ...

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