Legal & General targets climate change laggards

Legal & General targets climate change laggards
 

Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM) has said it will take action against companies that are not addressing the risks of climate change.
LGIM, one of the biggest investment funds in Europe, said it would exclude offending firms from its Future World index fund.
Where those firms featured in its other equity funds, it would vote against re-electing the chairs of their boards.
China Construction Bank and Russia's Rosneft were among the worst, it said.
"China Construction Bank remains the world's largest funder of coal mining and plants," LGIM said.
"While the company... read more

 
11 June 2018 in Business, Views: 72
Source: BBC
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