The vast majority of the largest 50 superannuation funds have established some form of responsible investment approach across at least one asset class, but there is a variety of comprehensiveness across the industry, according to the inaugural Superfund Responsible Investment Benchmarking Report by the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA).
RIAA launched the report during its annual Responsible Investment Australia conference in Melbourne. The report found that 86% of funds have some form of responsible investment, ranging from ESG integration, screening, corporate engagement or sustainability themed investing – across at least one asset class.
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