Church Commissioners related articles

  1. 02/07/2018

    NEWS / Transition Pathway Initiative new analysis of the electricity, coal and oil and gas sectors

  2. 31/01/2019

    NEWS / Joint call issued by Church of England funds, Swedish Public Pension funds, Dutch funds APG and Robeco, New Zealand Super, UK’s LGPS Central and US fund BMO Global Asset Management; together with combined assets over £1 / $1.3 / €1.1 trillion

  3. 16/12/2018

    NEWS / Church Commissioners for England file shareholder proposal asking ExxonMobil to set goals in-line with Paris Agreement

  4. 20/02/2019

    NEWS / The Church Commissioners for England and a leading coalition of investors participating in Climate Action 100+ today welcomed a position statement issued by Glencore significantly strengthening its commitment to combat climate change.

  5. 04/02/2019

    STATEMENT / The Church Commissioners and other investors have welcomed BP's backing of their shareholder resolution on climate change. 

  6. 14/09/2018

    NEWS / A response to questions on the Church Commissioners' investment in Amazon.

  7. 07/02/2018

    NEWS / The Church Investors Group has told FTSE 350 companies, ahead of this year’s AGM season, that it will take a harder line where reform in three key areas is deemed to be too slow. CIG will encourage other shareholders to hold directors to account and refuse to re-elect directors where the company is out of line with best practice.

  8. 03/03/2019

    STATEMENT / The Church Investors Group (CIG) has informed FTSE 350 companies, ahead of this year’s AGM season, that it will take a tougher voting line where reform on key issues is deemed to be too slow.

  9. 19/02/2019

    NEWS / Church of England and investors totalling £3 trillion AUM welcomed today’s statement by BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie that backs investors’ call on tailings dam safety. His statement was made today as BHP released its interim results.

  10. 19/02/2019

    NEWS / The Church of England announced today the new Membership of the Ethical Investment Advisory Group (EIAG), which includes six Independent Members and three Members appointed by the National Investing Bodies of the Church of England.