PGIM Wins Pensions & Investments’ Best Places to Work in Money Management Award
Pensions & Investments has named PGIM a Best Place to Work in Money Management for the second year in a row.
Questions remain about how to measure climate risk and what a proper framework looks like, but more colleges and universities are taking the plunge.
In an article from Chief Investment Officer Magazine, PGIM’s Head of Thematic Research, Shehriyar Antia, explores key takeaways from PGIM’s Megatrends research, Weathering Climate Change, and shares insights on better confronting climate risks within investment portfolios. Antia suggests that investors are still at an early stage in sourcing consistent, high quality climate data at the individual security and asset level. But, by leveraging quality data, investors can become more granular in their analysis and can identify pockets of risk and opportunity where markets do not clearly discern them. Antia also encourages investors to look beyond obvious risks to uncover climate threats within investment portfolios.