Investment house of the year: Legal & General Investment Management

Risk Awards 2022: LGIM wins mandates from investors looking to limit their contribution to warming

Nick Stansbury
Nick Stansbury, LGIM

Five years ago, Legal & General Investment Management struck a deal with Baringa Partners, a smallish consultancy, to jointly develop a tool to assess the climate risk of its investments. Some three years later, the companies parted ways. Baringa’s climate risk methodology was acquired by BlackRock last June. The world’s biggest asset manager will soon start offering Baringa’s scenarios to investors using Aladdin, its market-dominating risk management platform.

LGIM had already moved on

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