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    What happened at COP26, an annual meeting of governments, under the direction of the UN, to agree actions necessary to address climate change? And what does this mean for UK pension funds?

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    The Cardano Group (‘Cardano’) has appointed Justin Hatch as Head of Credit and will be joining to undertake a newly created role, leading the further evolution of Cardano’s credit offering.

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    We are very pleased to say that the Cardano Group is to acquire Sustainable Investment manager ACTIAM. The acquisition significantly enhances Cardano’s sustainability and ESG offering. Cardano will now manage over £50bn and employ over 500 people in the UK and the Netherlands across advisory, investment and DC pensions.

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    Lincoln Pensions, the leading specialist pensions covenant advisory firm, is rebranding and becoming Cardano Advisory. The rebrand is part of the continued evolution and growth of Lincoln Pensions upon becoming part of Cardano in 2016.

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    Helen Prior and Maga Kennedy, from the Cardano client team, explore how seeking professional support can help pension schemes address the pace of regulatory change in the pensions industry.

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    In this webinar, we explore how the pensions industry can tackle both known and unknown challenges as climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

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    The UK department for work and pensions has turned its attention to social risks and opportunities, issuing a consultation which closed in June 2021. In responding, we called for the “TCFD for social risks”. When it comes to social issues, there is not the same political urgency as for climate change. This, however, doesn’t lessen their importance. In addition to the questions asked, we believe there are three important additions to the DWP’s consultation.

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    We believe that our clients’ members and their dependents should enjoy a quality of life similar to or better than that possible at present. Therefor we seek stable, predictable and sustainable returns. Here, we set out our approach across three categories of investment activity.

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    The three new hires, Jonathan Roe, Simon Woodacre and Nick Coogan, are part of the Manager Research team which forms part of Cardano’s broader UK investment team. They will all be based in London.

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    In this short video we look at the impact of climate change, Cardano’s approach to sustainability from first principles, how we apply sustainable investment in practice, sustainable bonds and stewardship.

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    If children are given the opportunity to meet enthusiastic experts from a variety of fields, they will gain the knowledge they need to become who they want to be. Based on this philosophy, the IMC Weekendschool Foundation has offered additional and enriching education to children from neighbourhoods with a crucial need for this for over twenty years. Cardano has supported this initiative since 2005.