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  1. Minnesota State Board of Investment searches for transition manager

    trueMinnesota State Board of Investment plans to look for a transition manager.

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  1. Environment Agency Pension Fund seeks ESG managers

    trueEnvironment Agency Pension Fund is searching for one to three global ESG equity managers to run a total of between £75 million ($123 million) and £250 million.

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  2. Yale approves environmentally conscious investment guidance

    trueYale University's Corporation Committee on Investor Responsibility on Thursday approved new environmentally conscious guidance for the campus-based Advisory Committee on Investor Responsibility when investing on behalf of the New Haven, Conn.-based university's $20.8 billion endowment.

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  3. Invest in your values: Making an impact through U.S. fixed income

    trueThe field of impact investing is rich with creativity and enthusiasm. However, it can also strike institutional investors as too abstract and cumbersome to implement in a portfolio.

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  4. Strathclyde Pension Fund seeks responsible-investment watchdog

    trueStrathclyde Pension Fund is looking for a provider of a responsible investment overlay service.

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  5. Joint venture to make environmentally friendly investments in Asia

    trueRobeco Institutional Asset Management will manage assets of a newly created private equity joint venture that will make investments in environmentally supportive, low-carbon projects throughout Asia.

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  6. Alliant shareholders reject firearms safety proposal filed by 2 pension funds

    trueAlliant Technologies Inc. shareholders Wednesday rejected by a 92.3% vote a shareholder proposal on firearms safety filed jointly by the New York State Common Retirement Fund and the Connecticut Retirement Plans & Trust Funds, a company SEC filing shows.

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  7. Morningstar exec urges fossil fuel write-down

    truenvestors should write down the value of fossil fuel assets because of the environmental risks associated with hydrocarbon energy, even though there is no current viable replacement, Jason Stevens, director, energy equity and credit research at Morningstar, said at a CFA Institute financial analysts ...

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  8. ESG leaders

    truePolicies vary when it comes to ESG, but some institutions are leading the way.

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  9. ESG factors gaining global exposure

    trueInstitutional investors across the globe are becoming more aware of the environmental, social and governance effects both of, and on, their investment choices.

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  10. Croydon Pension Fund divests tobacco stocks

    trueLondon Borough of Croydon Pension Fund, Croydon, England, is divesting its stock in tobacco companies following a decision to move to an ethical investment fund.

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  11. Investors' paths diverge on fossil fuels

    truePublic pension funds are lagging behind endowments and foundations in divesting investments in fossil-fuel companies choosing instead to engage energy companies through discussions and shareholder resolutions.

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  12. Carlson finds creating SRI version relatively painless

    trueVeteran hedge fund manager Clint Carlson is no softie. But he does have an affinity for socially responsible investing — as long as it makes money.

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  13. MSCI buying GMI Ratings to integrate ESG and accounting research

    trueMSCI Inc. will acquire GMI Ratings for $15 million in cash under a definitive agreement between the two companies, they announced Friday.

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