Pension Funds Continuing Stepping Towards Responsibility

According to Responsible Investor, the New Zealand Superannuation Fund recently decided to integrate responsible investment across its portfolio- and scrapped its more limited responsible investment committee. They are planning to make a portion of their investment in "positive investments" or as people often call them impact investments. They're engaging and encouraging better practices at corporations in their portfolio too.

These steps don't have to be taken all at once, but as pension funds around the world are making these changes, universities shouldn't want to be left behind--and eventually disparaged for not taking a leadership role.

Read the article here.

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