The Japanese Government Pension Investment Fund, hardly hit by the Covid-19, has yielded -10.71% in the first quarter of 2020.
Alongside the finalisation of the new Pension Agreement which will apply from 2026, the Dutch government on 12 June relaxed pension cuts rules due to the coronavirus crisis.
The Committee tasked with reviewing the guidelines for observation and exclusion of companies from Norway’s €1trn Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG) pushes for expanding corruption and human rights abuse criteria in blacklisting firms.
AP7, Church of England Pensions Board and BNP Paribas Asset Management team up with Chronos Sustainability to develop a framework to help investors assess the extent to which corporate lobbying on climate change is aligned with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Norway’s lawmakers will scrutinise the hiring of Nicolai Tangen to head the €1trn sovereign wealth fund, even as the Norges Bank’s governor added that the process of finalising the appointment will be done before Tangen takes up his duties.
Emily Kreps, global director of capital markets at Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), on the reasons why enterprises are still reluctant to come clean on carbon.