Gresham House recognises that in order to achieve its climate and sustainable investing ambitions, it must lead by example and align its actions with its corporate purpose. The company sees operating authentically and in a sustainable manner as critical to its success as a business and employer, and to ensuring that it plays its part in tackling the climate emergency and other key issues affecting people and planet.
Gresham House is well positioned to take advantage of the increasing investor focus on the transition to a low-carbon economy. It provides its clients with the opportunity to invest in a range of investment strategies that have long term investment horizons and offer the potential for returns that are tied to climate-related opportunities. Gresham House has prepared this report in line with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), a framework that helps public companies more effectively disclose their climate-related risks and opportunities.
This report aims to provide Gresham House’s clients, shareholders and other key stakeholders with a better understanding of its exposure to climate-related risks and the climate related opportunities that it is pursuing. It outlines how Gresham House considers climate-related matters in its business operations, and how these map to the four TCFD thematic areas of governance, strategy, risk management and metrics and targets.To the extent that anything on this website constitutes a financial promotion it is exempt from the general prohibition in S21 of FSMA on the basis that the site is only intended for investment professionals as such term is defined in S19 of the Financial Promotions Order. Please note that Pensions for Purpose does not provide consultancy services, advice or personal recommendations on any of the investment opportunities mentioned on the platform. We curate content written by members and do not endorse any underlying funds.