Investors play an important part in ensuring that the world is not only economically efficient, but also sustainable. Fortunately, as PRI CEO Fiona Reynolds explains, there is progress; this matters for long-term value creation, the environment and society at large. Next, we argue that a factor investing approach including ESG criteria can work in fixed income and raise the curtain on the upcoming European Parliament elections and subsequent changes in Europe’s top jobs.
|Bringing sustainability to capital markets|
|Fiona Reynolds, CEO of Principles for Responsible Investment, discusses the progress towards a sustainable financial system and sets out the priorities for asset managers.|
|Webinar – Multi-factor investing and fixed income|
|A factor-based approach is often associated with equities, but can work equally well in fixed income, BNPP AM experts argue in this edition of our Factor Investing series.|
|Will the elections upset the EU’s applecart?|
|As further polarisation looms, this month’s European Parliament elections – the biggest electoral contest in Europe – will set the tone for new appointments to the EU’s top jobs.|
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