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UK pension fund expands offering, climate risk policyBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | TUESDAY, 7 JAN 2020 3:14PM
A $16 billion UK pension fund modelled on the Australian superannuation system has received authorisation from the Financial Conduct Authority to operate as an Occupational Pension Scheme. It is also intensifying efforts to tackle the risks posed by climate change.
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