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Evolving ESG regulation and its impact on DC
11 September 2020

Evolving ESG regulation and its impact on DC

You’ve updated your statement of investment principles; you’re preparing to write an implementation statement… surely it’s time for a lull in regulatory changes for Defined Contribution (DC) investments? Actually, no – there’s a range of developments on the horizon that DC trustees need to consider and plan for. Here’s an overview of key points to watch.

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Last update: 16 September 2020

Neil Bowden
Neil Bowden
Allen & Overy LLP
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