Institutional investors are taking active approaches to managing climate risks and shape their portfolios to fit the commitments of the Paris Agreement, including targets and commitments put in place to help mitigate risk and seek risk-adjusted return, according to a panel of experts speaking at the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA) Australia conference.
Michael Wyrsch of Vision Super, Anne-Maree O’Connor of New Zealand Super Fund, Stuart Palmer of Australian Ethical Investments, Nina James of Investa and Rory Lonergan of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation all spoke of their respective organisations strategies to an audience of fellow practitioners, with Bert Rebelo of Northern Trust Asset Management facilitation the session.
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