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27 July, 2016

Asset managers push back against activist pension funds –

We have received recent coverage in the Financial Times where they have discussed the Red Line Voting programme developed by the AMNT which sets out standards around environmental, social and corporate governance issues, after a 2014 recommendation by the Law Commission.

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4 November, 2015

CDP says pension funds’ ‘Red Lines’ vote guidelines could put chairs at risk

Association of Member Nominated Trustee’ initiative could be a game changer.

Reprinted with kind permission of Responsible Investor,

September, 2015

Climate: Renewed Sense of Urgency in Washington and Beijing

In the months leading up to the 21st UN Climate Change Conference, policy makers, pension trustees and academic thought leaders have been active devising new ways of fostering private capital stewardship and “green investment”.

Reprinted with kind permission of Analyse Financière

19 August, 2015

The Red Lines: disclose to CDP or you’re out

Pension funds and other asset owners have historically had a limited capacity for detailed ESG proxy research on the companies in which they invest, and consequently asset managers receive varied guidelines for proxy voting. The sheer volume and complexity of holdings and companies made it an endless task.
Read more on the CDP Blog >>

15 June, 2015

Trustees at £350bn UK pension funds approve ESG ‘Red Lines’ they will start pushing fund managers to vote on in 2016

AMNT members overwhelmingly approve new governance policy approach.

Reprinted with kind permission of Responsible Investor,

April / May, 2015

It’s Red Line Day

A trigger system that alerts fund managers about a company’s behaviour could empower trustees and make more responsible investing more accessible.

Reprinted with kind permission of Engaged Investor

11th March, 2015

A major evolution in UK pension funds on ESG as trustees draw a Red Line

Governance policy instructions for fund managers – backed by government – could be in the market by September.

Reprinted with kind permission of Responsible Investor,

Quarter 1, 2015

Shareholders and asset managers demand esg Transparency; reporting scrutinized

Hong Kong considers stewardship code; UK may see first lawsuit regarding fiduciary duty.

Reprinted with kind permission of Sustainable Insight Capital Management