Varying responses from defined benefit pension schemes as TCFD requirements come into force

This year, the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures' (TCFD's) reporting requirements come into force for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes with £5 billion or more in assets under management (AUM). These schemes are gearing up to full reporting, while remaining schemes with between £1 billion and £5 billion in AUM will benefit from overall industry experience as they come into scope at the end of this year.

Moody’s Analytics recently won Buy-side ALM product of the year at the Markets Technology Awards 2022 for its PFaroe DB platform. The judges were most impressed with the addition of TCFD reporting to support pension plans in meeting the current climate reporting challenges. Zoi Fletcher speaks to Simon Robinson, director of product management at Moody’s Analytics, about how the industry and DB pension schemes are responding to the TCFD's recommendations.

1:03 – Key climate reporting requirements for pension schemes

4:36 – Industry progress towards disclosures aligned with the TCFD's recommendations

8:23 – How pension schemes are responding to the TCFD's reporting requirements

 

Learn how PFaroe DB can support pension plans to meet climate risk reporting requirements

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