Plenary 2: How will UK pension funds and asset managers adopt new laws on reporting to the TCFD? And will they soon have to report to mandatory net-zero CO2 emissions targets?

A session by Tony Broccardo, John Chilman, Barbara Davidson, Tory Grieves and Morten Nilsson
Barclays UK Retirement Fund, RPMI Railpen, Carbon Tracker, The Climate Service and BT Pension Scheme

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  • UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said the TCFD recommendations will be law: how will investors follow suit?
  • The government has also suggested mandatory net-zero targets for financial institutions to ensure climate targets will be met; how might that be done?
  • How should institutional investors start looking at a net-zero emissions trajectory across their portfolios?
  • What can be learnt from peer initiatives such as the Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance and Net-Zero Asset Managers Initiative?
  • UK banking groups are making net zero commitments, but are their actions in line?

  • Morten Nilsson, Chief Executive Officer, BT Pension Scheme
  • John Chilman, Chief Executive Officer, RPMI Railpen
  • Tony Broccardo, Chief Investment Officer, Barclays UK Retirement Fund
  • Tory Grieves, Vice President of Analytics, The Climate Service
  • Moderator: Barbara Davidson, Senior Analyst, Carbon Tracker