LGPS Central targets net zero pension portfolio by 2050

Jonathan Stapleton
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Yet another pension firm in the UK is targeting a net zero portfolio by 2050
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Yet another pension firm in the UK is targeting a net zero portfolio by 2050

Local Government Pension Scheme pool boasting combined assets of around £49bn also pledges to halve portfolio emissions by 2030

LGPS Central has become the latest name in the UK pensions sector to announce a net zero emissions target for the assets under its stewardship by 2050. In a statement published on its website last week,...

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