Aviva aims to use shareholder power to drive climate risk disclosure

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Aviva aims to use shareholder power to drive climate risk disclosure

EXCLUSIVE: Insurance giant says it will vote against report and accounts of firms not using new climate risk disclosure guidance once the final set of recommendations are released

Insurance giant Aviva has already changed its shareholder voting policy to support the uptake of climate risk disclosure guidelines released yesterday by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) task force...

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