COP26: 'A double edged sword' - Duncan Willsher

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As COP26 ends, we spoke to one of our Climate Charter signatories,
Duncan Willsher
at 2020 Trustees, about how different sized schemes should approach ESG and about the regulatory pressure on trustees.

Key themes from our discussion:

  • Pressures on trustees
  • The different approaches big and small schemes can take to ESG
  • What's next after COP26?

Check back to mallowstreet over the course of COP26 for conversations around ESG investments, the impact of pension fund investments on the environment and more. 


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