The climate for super fears

Those entrusted with our retirement savings could be sued for failing to account for the risks of investing in carbon-intensive assets. They need to lift their game.

Most people don’t work in finance or investment and so the mechanisms of the investment chain where money is passed down through various parties until it is invested in stocks, bonds or other assets is a mystery. Most people also aren’t lawyers and so when, in the context of investment, we see another definition of that elusive term ‘Fiduciary Duty’, we might ask what is really going on?

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