LAPFF recognises concerns over the issue of stranded assets associated with holdings in fossil fuel companies and considers this as a collective investment risk for all asset owners, and therefore an engagement and policy priority.
LAPFF has written to Commissioner Hill setting out how the EU endorsement body EFRAG, has misread EU legislation relating to the criteria required from accounting standards
LAPFF has obtained further Opinion from Mr George Bompas QC, further to his Opinion of April 2013 and the Opinion of Mr Martin Moore QC for the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) of October 2013
24th August 2015 | Pension funds look to increase joint investments
18th August 2015 | Greater Manchester Joins Strathclyde Pension Fund and Announces £10B Clean Energy Investment.