ESG Governance Reporting


Euraplan now provides a ESG governance report which will give pension fund trustees satisfaction that those undertaking governance on their behalf are adopting the necessary steps to assess and manage climate related risk.

The Taskforce on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures was created to develop recommendations for more effective climate-related disclosures. Euraplan understands that while the necessary disclosures are the short term obstacle for pension trustees, long term the real necessity will be governing ESG processes and parties acting on trustee behalf.

Our ESG governance report will provide a useful tool for trustees to use as part of their ongoing processes to satisfy themselves and forthcoming regulations that persons undertaking governance on their behalf are taking adequate steps to identify, assess and manage climate-related risks and opportunities relevant to their scheme.

The Euraplan ESG governance report incorporates a range of factors to offer pension schemes:

  • Independent ESG reference data
  • Statement of portfolio ESG positions
  • Analysis over a user-defined period
  • Portfolio ESG structure in comparison to the industry as a whole

The future of pension funds will be heavily impacted by their reaction to the risks and opportunities posed by climate change. An integral part of this future will be a clear view of how their fund is being managed by others whom they have provided with responsibility to act on their behalf.

Providing disclosures and statements of intent will only be a gateway to ensuring compliant governance of the scheme’s intentions. This is why the Euraplan governance report provides very necessary piece of mind to trustees.

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"At such a crucial stage of a fund’s restructuring, it’s essential that pension schemes have an independent guarantee that all fund assets are accounted for"

Jimmy Walker,
Pensions Manager
Exel Pensions