What is an investment fund?
An investment fund is where the money you invest is pooled with the money of other policyholders or pension scheme members. It's then invested in assets like equities, corporate or government bonds, or direct real estate on your behalf by a fund manager.
Your Climate-related Disclosure Report might refer to an individual investment fund, a with-profit fund, or several funds making up an investment portfolio e.g. a default arrangement.
Climate-related Disclosure Reports for your funds
Our Climate-related Disclosure Reports contain climate metrics that are one measure of the sustainability of your investments. They’re produced in accordance with regulations from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and recommendations from the Taskforce for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
For more about how we measure the climate impact of your investments, see Your Guide to Climate-related Disclosure Reports.
Climate Reports for Aviva UK Life legal entities
Our UK Life climate-related disclosures outline how we integrate climate risks and opportunities into our governance, strategy, and risk management for the following UK Life Legal Entities: Aviva Life and Pensions UK Ltd. (UKLAP), Aviva Pension Trustees UK Ltd. (UKPTL), and Aviva Administration Ltd. (AAL).
For the full UK Life climate-related disclosures, see the appendices of Aviva PLC Group annual Climate-related Financial Disclosures Report.
For more about our climate strategy and transition plan, see Aviva PLC Climate Strategy.