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ShareAction's Research and Publications


Latest publication:

Perspectives, Policies and Problems: Pension funds on climate change in their own words

(March 2014)




Latest publication:

Entrusted with our Future: A Survey of the Responsible Investment Performance of UK Pension Funds

(January 2014)



"I would like to emphasise the significant contribution that ShareAction has made to inform the debate"

- Pensions Minister Steve Webb MP, speaking in a parliamentary debate, 20 Jan 2012


"[My officials are] incredibly impressed by the work, its analysis and its detail"

- BIS Minister Edward Davey MP, speaking at the launch of 'Protecting our Best Interests', 31 March 2011


Our Reports

ShareAction's reports seek to inform the public policy debate on issues relevant to our work. We aim to offer practical recommendations, underpinned by rigorous and independent analysis, which help to cultivate a stable, sustainable, responsible and accountable pensions and investment system.

Our work is widely respected among policymakers and industry alike and has been influential in bringing issues such as investors' fiduciary duties to the forefront of public debate.

You can find out more about our research and access all our previous reports here.

Our Surveys

ShareAction's industry surveys examine and rank the Responsible Investment performance of the UK's largest pension funds and fund managers. Year in, year out, ShareAction's research keeps these powerful bodies accountable and under scrutiny. By systematically measuring and making public key indicators for progress on Responsible Investment, our reports have become a respected industry benchmark, as well as a powerful campaign tool.

Although there’s still a long way to go, our research shows significant annual improvement in investor transparency and action on Responsible Investment. We are confident that our research, case-making and advocacy work has helped to drive that progress.

You can find out more about our surveys and access all our previous reports here.