The Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC) and Mercer have produced a video training module featuring superannuation trustees and professionals acting in a trustee board meeting role-play that considers concrete steps for integrating climate change risk into a superannuation portfolio.
The Perfect Storm Pension Fund features videoed discussion of the superannuation professionals as they work through seven model resolutions put to a mock trustee meeting, covering investment policy, implementation, investment strategy, timeframes, investment allocations, measurement and disclosure. The project was designed to show superannuation fund trustees how they can conduct a board meeting that discusses the impacts climate change might have on the investment portfolio, said Nathan Fabian, chief executive, IGCC.
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