VicSuper supports Task Force on Climate-related Disclosures

VicSuper has joined over 150 investors with more than $81 trillion in assets under management, supporting the Task Force on Climate-related Disclosures (TCFD) and encouraging companies to disclose their climate change risks and opportunities in accordance with the TCFD recommendations.

Our CEO, Michael Dundon commented “As we transition to a low carbon economy, climate change will have impacts across many sectors. Transparent disclosures on climate-related risks and opportunities are key to sound investment decision-making during this period. As an active asset owner, we will engage with the companies that we invest in to encourage disclosure of climate change risks and opportunities in accordance with the TCFD recommendations, as well as adopt the recommendations for our own reporting.”

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VicSuper has joined over 150 investors with more than $81 trillion in assets under management, supporting the Task Force on Climate-related Disclosures (TCFD) and encouraging companies to disclose their climate change risks and opportunities in accordance with the TCFD recommendations.

Our CEO, Michael Dundon commented “As we transition to a low carbon economy, climate change will have impacts across many sectors. Transparent disclosures on climate-related risks and opportunities are key to sound investment decision-making during this period. As an active asset owner, we will engage with the companies that we invest in to encourage disclosure of climate change risks and opportunities in accordance with the TCFD recommendations, as well as adopt the recommendations for our own reporting.”

Find out more.