Asset managers failing to put pressure on fossil-fuel lobbying - reports

Failure to back lobbying disclosure resolutions

Mike Sheen
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Asset managers failing to put pressure on fossil-fuel lobbying - reports

The world’s largest asset managers are failing to support measures to ensure transparency in the lobbying efforts of fossil fuel intensive companies they invest in.

Vanguard, JPMorgan Asset Management, Capital Group, Northern Trust and Amundi Pioneer declined to vote for any lobbying disclosure resolutions at US energy, utility and automotive companies during the...

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