Aviva Investors presses portfolio firms to deliver 'robust and viable' climate transition plans

Top stewardship priorities

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Aviva Investors has today confirmed that the low carbon transition and reversing nature loss are among its top stewardship priorities for 2023.

The investor has called on companies in its portfolio to publish "robust and viable" climate transition plans in 2023, as the asset manager today set out accelerating the low carbon transition, reversing nature loss, and tackling the cost of living crisis as its three core stewardship priorities for the coming year. In its annual letter to the chairpersons of the 1,600 firms in its portfolio today, the £232bn asset manager warned against sacrificing long-term sustainability goals in response to near-term challenges posed by energy shocks, supply chain disruption, elevated inflation, and ...

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