Our latest quarterly publication covers ESG developments in European equity markets and the new paradigm in bond markets. We look at how clients can invest for racial justice and explore the path to net zero. There is also a feature with the CEO of an innovative company in Dublin, focusing on addressing the pollution caused by cigarette butts.
Are companies that claim to be purpose-driven walking the talk? We outline 3 key takeaways from our analysis on a global sample of companies as part of our research on Covid-19 and Inequality: A Test of Corporate Purpose.
We believe that we are still in the early stages of a persistent and long-lasting shift toward sustainability – the full effects of which are not yet included in market prices, given the long transition.
A social impact mindset is all about being aware of the society you live in and the power of your individual decisions to have an impact.
Dan Healy, a Partner at Irish Homes, shares his thoughts on the need for greater collaboration to tackle our social challenges, with social housing providing an example of how public private partnership can work.
David Gait, from the Sustainable Funds Group at Stewart Investors discusses some of the issues with sustainable investing in Asia Pacific. As with Alice when she stepped through the looking-glass , David finds a similar crisis of logic with investing in the region.
Amundi’s Quantitative Research team has been studying the evolution of ESG investing across asset classes and geographies for the past several years. With the coronavirus pandemic, they have carefully examined these Responsible Investing trends and have identified some interesting findings.