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  • Date 03 October 2022
  • Words by Leo Murphy
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TNFD (Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures)

Climate Asset Management is fully supportive of the TNFD’s ambition and in particular we welcome the efforts to define how we can clearly and responsibly communicate nature-related opportunities to the market.

As an asset manager dedicated to natural capital, we are actively participating in TNFD’s iterative development on behalf of our shareholder HSBC Asset Management, engaging across a number of the taskforce’s working groups to bring our natural capital perspective both in terms of ambition as well as feasibility. We have partnered with Phoenix, the UK’s largest long-term savings and retirement business to pilot the TNFD framework over the coming months. We intend to apply the framework, named “LEAP” as an acronym for Locate, Evaluate, Assess, Prepare, to a number of potential forestry investments across multiple geographies.

For more information see our  TNFD_whitepaper_Oct22

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