Larry Fink calls on firms to publish their strategies to support a net zero economy and “improve diversity, equity and inclusion”.
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Companies wait expectantly for the annual CEO letter from Larry Fink, chief executive of BlackRock, the world’s biggest fund manager. This year’s does not disappoint.
Doubling down on previous commitments to beating climate change, and in the wake of Joe Biden’s decision to return the US to the Paris agreement, Fink calls on boards to publish plans to make their companies fit with a net zero economy.
This should not be a surprise. There has been a push in the UK, Europe and elsewhere around the world to have companies report on their efforts to beat climate change.
Last year, Fink’s letter said BlackRock would be increasingly
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