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Our Annual Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) Report is Here

We believe that managing climate-related risks and opportunities is a key element in maximizing long-term value for our clients. We seek to address clients’ demands for climate-related investing opportunities by offering a wide range of strategies to help them meet their needs and objectives. Further, our Asset Stewardship program focuses on engaging with portfolio companies to mitigate risk to our clients’ portfolios while seeking long-term value creation. In doing so, we advocate for transparent disclosure and industry standards, including with respect to climate-related factors, to provide investors with appropriate information to assess both the value and risk of their investment.

As an organization, we will continue to prioritize the management of climate-related risks, plans, and opportunities in relation to our clients’ portfolios. Our annual TCFD report explores how we approach climate-related risk and opportunity analysis and management, both in our capacity as an asset manager and as a business.

The TCFD was created by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) to develop climate-related financial disclosure recommendations to help companies provide better information to support market transparency and more informed capital allocation. Concurrent with the release of its 2023 status report, the TCFD has fulfilled its remit and disbanded. The FSB has asked the IFRS Foundation to take over the monitoring of the progress of companies’ climate-related disclosures.

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