LGIM partners with renewables specialist NTR to tackle climate emergency

Bid to tackle climate emergency

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LGIM partners with renewable energy specialist NTR

Legal & General Investment Management has announced a partnership with renewable energy specialist NTR in a bid to jointly tackle the climate crisis.

According to LGIM, the partnership will provide institutional investors in the UK, Europe and Asia access to the €1trn European energy transition in 2022. Sarah Aitken, head of distribution at LGIM,...

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