Pension climate reporting is hampered by lack of data

By Martin Croucher (August 19, 2022, 2:38 PM BST) – Retirement savings plan administrators may struggle to meet new climate reporting regulations due to a lack of sufficient data from managers assets, suggested a consultancy, as it warned that there is no “short quick fix” to the problem.

Hymans Robertson said in a research paper on Thursday that less than half of 59 private investment markets asset managers surveyed earlier this year were able to provide climate-related data to trustees.

“We know there won’t be a quick fix, but all organizations need to recognize the importance of this issue,” said Simon Jones, head of responsible investing at Hymans.

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