Nest and Cushon exploring natural capital investments

The schemes are seeking views on ways they can invest in natural capital such as forestry

Holly Roach
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Nest and Cushon are seeking views on investing in alternative asset classes
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Nest and Cushon are seeking views on investing in alternative asset classes

Nest and Cushon have revealed they are exploring investment opportunities in natural capital, with an initial focus on forestry.

The schemes - that represent more than £26bn in assets - are seeking views from fund managers on ways to invest in alternative asses classes such as forestry. The schemes said depending on the way ...

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