Over two-fifths of Britons in favour got Government pressuring pension schemes to move away from investments driving deforestation

A survey amongst 1,003 Britons aged 40 and over with pension savings has revealed their approach to Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) within their retirement strategies.

It found: •    Over two fifths (43%) support the UK Government placing pressure on pension schemes to transition away from investments that are driving deforestation•    36% support the UK Government’s policies that force pension schemes to mitigate for climate change•    45% want pension schemes to make their ESG information more accessible A significant proportion of Britons are in favour of the UK Government placing pressure on pension schemes to move towards greener investments, according to new research from My Pension Expert. The retirement adviser surveyed 1,003 UK adults aged 40 and over, all of whom with pension savings. It found that over two fifths (43%) of respondents understood what the term ESG means.

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