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US asset managers lack voting policy consensus on climate and social matters

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There was broad consensus among the voting policies of US managers, including Fidelity, in favour of Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions disclosures (Photo: John Nacion/NurPhoto)

Asset managers’ voting policies differ on environmental and social issues, including Scope 3 emissions reporting

The largest US asset managers are divided on a number of environmental and social matters, according to an analysis of their voting policies by Morningstar.

The financial services company analysed the ...

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