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  • How smaller schemes can flex their shareholder muscles – Pensions Expert

    30 September 2015

    By Janice Turner

    Pension scheme trustees have long faced criticism for a lack of stewardship over their investments.

    As shareholders they have been accused of being asleep at the wheel when it comes to corporate governance.

    Some trustees of smaller schemes, who are attempting to take forward responsible investment policies, have been advised that they are simply too small to get involved in setting environmental, social and corporate governance policies.

    …The AMNT has worked closely with the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association and, through them, has consulted widely among fund managers, proxy voting companies, pensions consultants and many others.

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