It is based on a survey of 300 senior professionals at asset-owner institutions and advisors around the world, including pension funds, insurers, endowments, foundations, central banks, sovereign wealth funds, and consultants.
When it comes to generating real-world impact through transition finance, adoption rates vary. Transition Finance Leaders are actively using transition finance as part of climate-related strategies, Transition Finance Laggards are not.
Real-world impact: The rise of transition finance
‘Green’ strategies, such as ESG-branded assets, are designed to have small carbon footprints. In some cases though, this means they are avoiding carbon-intensive industries, rather than taking meaningful steps to help lower emissions. Transition finance is about real-world impact.
How pension funds enable transition finance
Listen to an exclusive interview with Brunel Pension Partnership’s chief responsible investment officer, Faith Ward, and portfolio manager, Daniel Spencer as they discuss how asset owners can enable vital transitions while remaining true to their fiduciary duties.
As the global economy accelerates its transition to a more sustainable model, are investors ready and able to adapt their portfolios to the new risks and opportunities? How well do they understand what it means to invest sustainably or to tackle net zero? And what do they expect from today’s investment managers?
The Planetary Pulse survey reveals answers to investor questions on sustainable investing.
Tackling climate change is high on everyone’s agenda, with awareness growing that time is running out to protect the planet. This survey reveals answers to investor views on investing to achieve net zero emissions.