Aviva to target firms failing on climate

Aviva Investors is getting personal in its attempts to bring corporates in line with environmental concerns, seeking to remove directors that continue to take part in deforestation.

The investor is also seeking remuneration packages that linked to sustainability goals as it accelerates its aim to make corporates more accountable and greener.

Aviva Investors, with £262bn of AUM outlined the proposals in a letter being set to 1,500 firms in 30 countries, stating that it is now taking a broad definition of sustainability and including biodiversity and human rights.

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