Net Zero AM Initiative - the five firms with the lowest initial commitments

Lowest commitment is 1.3%

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Net Zero AM Initiative - the five firms with the lowest initial commitments

One-third of asset managers that signed the Net Zero Asset Managers Initiative (NZAM) made an initial commitment of less than 50% of their assets, analysis from Investment Week shows. We asked the firms with the five lowest commitments their rationale and spoke to experts about what they would like to see next.

The first progress report from NZAM was issued early November. The purpose of the report is to allow for transparency of the signatories' commitments and goals. The asset managers are required to disclose...

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