FCA consults on TCFD rules for contract-based schemes

Reporting rules are expected to match those already faced by trustees and provide further help

James Phillips
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FCA executive director of consumer and competition Sheldon Mills
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FCA executive director of consumer and competition Sheldon Mills

Contract-based pension schemes will be required to report on climate risk in their investment portfolios, mirroring their trust-based counterparts.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today launched a consultation on extending the climate reporting rules to insurance-based defined contribution (DC) schemes, including both workplace and non-workplace...

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