Insurer's Climate Policy Causes Investor to Jump Ship
Legal & General will divest from AIG and three other companies due to their insufficient actions to address climate change risks.
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), one of Europe’s largest asset managers, announced that it will divest its holdings from four companies due to their ”insufficient action to address the risks posed by climate change.”
AIG is among those companies impacted.
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