IIGCC focus on investment manager accountability welcome

Paul Lee

Head of Stewardship & Sustainable Investment Strategy
(Wednesday, Jan, 24, 2024)
|   3 mins

The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) recently published its Net Zero Voting Guidance, offering valuable insights for investors to align their net zero ambitions with voting decisions. This is particularly relevant for asset owners seeking to ensure their fund managers’ actions reflect their own climate goals.

At Redington, we welcome this approach but also believe that investors should think about voting holistically and not confine their considerations only to the small handful of resolutions that explicitly reference climate change, nor solely to the issue of climate change.

Watch Paul Lee, Redington’s Head of Stewardship and Sustainable Investment as he deep dives into this further and discusses:

  • The latest IIGCC net zero guidance and its implications for asset owners.
  • The need to assess systematically whether votes are aligned with an asset owner’s net zero targets and ambitions.
  • Redington’s Enhanced Stewardship Platform (ESP) and our proven track record of holding managers accountable for their voting practices.

For more information about our Enhanced Stewardship Platform please get in touch.

 

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