Fiduciary Managers need to do more to incorporate ESG into their investment strategies

News Team, 23/07/2021

Most fiduciary managers (FMs) are not effectively incorporating ESG risks into investments, despite most trustees considering this important to decision-making.

This is according to a survey of over 200 pension schemes and trustees by XPS Pension Group. It revealed that 68 percent do not have any explicit climate-related requirement for third party managers, while 42 percent do not exclude underlying managers who have been assigned their lowest ESG rating.

Awareness of environmental social and governance issues is now firmly established in the fund management industry, with 94 percent of trustees agreeing that ESG risks...

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