(Bloomberg) -- Climate change is no longer listed as a top issue on the White House website, but it’s very much at the forefront for $2.47 trillion asset manager State Street.

The Boston-based asset manager is pressing companies to disclose much more about how they are preparing for the impact of climate change on their businesses, according to an annual letter expected to be sent to boards of corporations it invests in Thursday. State Street wants more transparency from companies on how they are thinking about climate change and other social issues, according to the letter.

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