Neil McIndoe

Head of Environmental Finance

Neil is Head of Environmental Finance at Trucost, part of S&P Global.

Neil McIndoe joined Trucost in 2003 and has helped to develop investment products that take the environment into account including Deutsche Bank’s CROCI Carbon 100 and Carbon Alpha, GLG Partners’ Environment Fund and UBS’s European Carbon Optimised Index.

Neil is a member of the Society of Business Economists and holds an honours degree in Economics and Economic History along with a post graduate degree in Accountancy Studies.

Companies in Japan with poor disclosure might need to reconsider their approach. Market participants are increasingly demanding better carbon data disclosure and greater transparency on how they are responding to the energy transition challenge

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Carbon footprinting and low-carbon indices are just some of the tools investors can use to reduce risk in their portfolios.

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The Government has introduced public reporting of carbon emissions for companies. We look at the main requirements and discuss how they could affect business.

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KEPCO is in a position of significant responsibility, and aims to "respond actively to climate change" and reduce greenhouse gas emissions - however it is out of step with the generally good level of carbon reporting among the largest utilities companies globally.

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Financial institutions would be well advised to consider envrionmental risks because it is likely they will grow over time, and a change in government policy - such as the introduction of a carbon floor price in the UK - can crystallize increased risk in a moment

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Trucost data shows a 10 decrease in emissions per US$ million revenue for the 40 largest Chinese companies over the last two years.

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Trucost examines the environmental performance of Monsanto and Syngenta - and finds a significant disparity between their emissions.

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Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) wants to make it mandatory for listed companies to report on emissions reduction.

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The UK Environment Department's research highlights the importance of reporting as part of the overall approach for companies to better manage their environmental outcomes.

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Trucost data helps CalPERS measure and manage the environmental risk of their portfolios whilst still maintaining expected financial returns.

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