The UK is one of the first countries to introduce climate change reporting for private sector pension schemes and authorised master trusts. Pension schemes with assets of £5bn+ were required comply with TCFD requirements from October 2021. We are now one year into the process and have received feedback from the early adopters. So what are some of the lessons that have been learnt from the first wave of TCFD reporting? We set out below common themes we have seen when receiving feedback on the TCFD reporting requirements.
Whether you’ve already completed your TCFD report and are looking to make improvements to your processes for next time, or you’re approaching TCFD reporting for the first time, we offer training and assistance. Speak to your usual Mercer contact or contact us here.
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