The $184 billion pension giant is asking its portfolio companies to improve their climate-change risk management.
The $462 billion pension giant will more than double those assets as it aims to halve the carbon-emissions intensity of its investments by 2030.
A RepRisk report finds nearly 1,900 companies linked to a risk incident involving misleading communications.
After hitting its goal of making 10% of investments with diverse managers, the investment firm aims for 15% by 2025.
Thomas DiNapoli is calling for more accountability from portfolio firms regarding corporate diversity, equity and inclusion.
Verus Advisory is the latest to join the group of signatories, which so far represent $17 trillion in assets.
Silos must be axed to enhance communication, argues strategist Rubin.