Pension partnership in asset manager threat

By Dan Peters | 24 January 2020

The £30bn Brunel Pension Partnership has launched a combative new climate policy that threatens to exclude asset managers if they fail to raise their game.

Brunel, one of the UK’s eight local government pension fund pools, said the finance sector was currently ‘unfit for purpose for addressing climate change’.

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