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In case you missed it, a recent legal opinion by pension lawyer Randy Bauslaugh suggested plan sponsors might be personally liable for failing to consider risks posed by climate change in the institutional investment decision-making process. Bauslaugh’s paper connected the dots between the current evidence on the materiality and urgency of the financial implications of climate change and the recent reflection of this […]


By encouraging employees to be their authentic selves at work, pension plans can make better investment decisions, says Adrian Mitchell, vice-president of public equities at the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan. “I think having some out LGBTQ people around demonstrates to everyone else it’s safe to be who you are. We’re going to make better […]


Meat alternatives have garnered a lot of attention lately off the back of Beyond Meat’s listing on the NASDAQ and its subsequent rocket-propelled rise in share price. In just over two months, the stock went from its May initial public offering price of US$25 per share up to a high of US$234.90 in late June, […]


Fundamentals should drive decision-making.

Look to the emerging world for change going forward.

Smart Beta on the Rise

Asset owners increase exposure to factors.

Thinking Outside of the Box

A holistic approach to integrating ESG across the portfolio.

ESG: What Should Plan Sponsors Expect?

Will Canada follow Europe’s lead on reporting?