LGIM commits to more stringent standards in annual Climate Impact Pledge

Climate ratings of over 1,000 firms to be made available

James Baxter-Derrington
LGIM will use a traffic light system to rate companies

LGIM will use a traffic light system to rate companies

Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has committed to "ratchet up" the stringency of its standards and sanctions regarding sustainability in its annual Climate Impact Pledge.

Climate ratings for over 1,000 companies in key sectors will be made public under a "traffic light system" on LGIM's website, which marks more than a ten-fold increase in the number of firms covered by...

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