Financial press releases.
SEC blocks Exxon shareholder proposal co-filed by As You Sow and the Church Commissioners for England for second consecutive year.
Comment by Edward Mason, Head of Responsible Investment at the Church Commissioners for England
The Church Investors Group (CIG or the Group), representing 70 members and £21bn in assets, has this week written to the leaders of FTSE 350 companies to inform them that it will be enhancing its scrutiny of corporates ESG aspects this AGM season.
Church of England Pension Board invests £600 million in global new stock index backing the Paris Climate Agreement
‘FTSE TPI Climate Transition Index’ launched at London Stock Exchange with £600 million allocation from the Church of England Pensions Board.
Church Commissioners for England today reiterated support for the climate-related shareholder resolution, filed against the board of ExxonMobil
The Church Commissioners for England today reiterated support for the climate-related shareholder resolution, filed against the board of ExxonMobil, and calls on Exxon not to block the resolution going to a vote in 2020.
Four major announcements and Calls for Action have been made in London on the eve of the 1st anniversary of the disaster.
Today in Davos, the Church of England’s three National Investing Bodies (NIBS) representing over £12 billion in assets under management, have joined the United Nations-convened Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance.
NEWS / Nine months after the Brumadinho disaster in Brazil, investors from the Mining and Tailings Safety Initiative, met with mining companies and leading experts to review international progress on mining and tailing safety.
NEWS / The Chief Executive Officer acts as the Secretary to the Church Commissioners, supporting the Commissioners in strategic policy and prioritisation.
NEWS / Today the Church of England Pensions Board tabled a shareholder resolution with Australian, Danish and Dutch investors, at the AGM of BHP, the world’s largest mining company.
NEWS / Statement from the Church of England Pensions Board as a supporter of the BHP shareholder resolution.