This is the first in a series of four reports. This report includes the ranking of asset managers, and analysis of their performance on stewardship, transparency and governance. The following three parts of this series, to be released in the coming months, will offer more detailed insights into how these 75 asset managers are managing risks and impacts related to human and labour rights, climate change and biodiveristy. We will also release a AAA gold standard briefing outlining what we believe AAA asset manager performance should look like.

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