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Commenting on today’s publication of the PLSA’s Climate Investment Report, Simon Jones, Head of Responsible Investment, Hymans Robertson, says:

 “Climate change is undoubtedly the issue of our time. The link between the environment and financial and economic outcomes is being increasingly recognised, as is the need for all participants in the financial services industry to play their part in creating change. We were delighted to have participated in the PLSA’s dialogue on climate change and welcome the report articulating the changes that are needed. We agree that change is needed across the whole of the financial system to help trustees take the action that is needed. Investment consultants will play a pivotal role in creating this change by helping to raise educational standards across and in challenging both investment managers and trustees to do more. We are committed to embedding the consideration of climate risk into our advice and services and look forward to working with the PLSA and others to deliver this change.”
  

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