Much of the attention on ESG for pension schemes has been at the very large scheme level, where assets held are in excess of £1 billion. However, ESG, and the risks and opportunities relating to … [Read more...] about ESG and pensions in 2023 – five key things to focus on
Late last year, HM Treasury released a consultation into reform of the Consumer Credit Act (CCA). This forms part of the package of measures introduced under the 'Edinburgh Reforms' on 9 December … [Read more...] about UK Treasury consults on reforms to Consumer Credit Act
In March 2022, Natural England issued an advice letter the Chief Planning Officer which stated that the increased levels of nutrients from waste water generated from developments are damaging … [Read more...] about What’s the latest on Nutrient Neutrality?
Today is Biodiversity Day at COP27 in Sharm el–Sheikh. When people talk about climate change, there is understandably great attention on reducing greenhouse gases, particularly carbon dioxide, in … [Read more...] about Building back biodiversity – Protecting the natural environment
Today (10 November) is the Youth and Future Generations Day at COP27, which will highlight the power and participation of youth at the UN climate change conferences. To mark this, we are sharing the … [Read more...] about COP27 Youth and Future Generations Day: a reminder of why businesses should work with Gen Z on ESG issues
The Bank of England has published its report "Machine Learning in UK Financial Services". The report sets out its findings, following a survey of around a hundred regulated firms in the UK. It … [Read more...] about Bank of England reports on AI in financial services