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From the blog: Pension schemes are under increasing pressure to invest responsibly. On this side of the pond, this discourse largely revolves around environmental and social investment.

But in the US, ethical investing has taken a very different shape at one fund. Last month, a retired police officer called upon the council responsible for New Jersey's public pension fund to review its holdings in sportswear giant Nike.

Marty Barrett, who sits on the board of trustees for the Police and Firemen’s Retirement System of New Jersey, reportedly objected to a Nike advertisement featuring American football star and civil right campaigner Colin Kaepernick.

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