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Insurers weather the storm with net zero commitments
Insurers weather the storm with net zero commitments
Insurers are turning to net zero to solve their unique climate change challenges, says Robeco’s Head of Global Insurance Strategy, Ed Collinge.
25-05-2022 | Insight
Scarce metals
Scarce metals
25-05-2022 | Daily sketch
Conservative investing stands the test of time
Conservative investing stands the test of time
Conservative investing (also termed defensive or low-risk investing) is all about winning by losing less.
23-05-2022 | Insight
SI Dilemmas: Is EU Sustainable Finance regulation helping or hurting?
SI Dilemmas: Is EU Sustainable Finance regulation helping or hurting?
It seems like a good time to take stock of sustainability regulation.
19-05-2022 | SI Dilemmas
‘I have always tried to make sense of human behavior’
‘I have always tried to make sense of human behavior’
People’s normal wants, even more than their cognitive and emotional shortcuts and errors, underlie answers to important questions of finance.
19-05-2022 | Interview
Navigating bond markets in times of stagflation
Navigating bond markets in times of stagflation
High inflation and central bank tightening are already leading to rising yields and negative bond returns.
18-05-2022 | Insight
Markets are a voting machine, investing is a weighing machine
Markets are a voting machine, investing is a weighing machine
Weighing up the long view has never been more important as turbulence continues to hit markets, says multi-asset investor Colin Graham.
18-05-2022 | Insight
The performance in government bonds is a reminder that it’s all relative
The performance in government bonds is a reminder that it’s all relative
So far this year we’ve seen fixed income assets cheapening faster than at any time in over 40 years.
18-05-2022 | Insight
Indices insights: Does sustainability integration affect factor premiums?
Indices insights: Does sustainability integration affect factor premiums?
In this ‘Indices insights’ article, we analyze the impact of sustainability integration on factor premiums.
17-05-2022 | Insight
Quant chart: Value accelerates to strongest start in decades
Quant chart: Value accelerates to strongest start in decades
Value has achieved the best start to a calendar year in over 35 years.
16-05-2022 | Insight
The role of green bonds in a fixed income portfolio
The role of green bonds in a fixed income portfolio
Demand for green bonds has grown spectacularly, reflecting investors’ ambitious climate policies.
16-05-2022 | Insight
Six things you need to know about SDG investing
Six things you need to know about SDG investing
Contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has become one of the biggest investment opportunities of our time.
16-05-2022 | Insight
‘A strong research culture enables you to stay true to your investment philosophy’
‘A strong research culture enables you to stay true to your investment philosophy’
Quant investing is very much a team sport, in fact more so than ever.
13-05-2022 | Interview
Central bank watcher: Spreading attention
Central bank watcher: Spreading attention
Markets are adjusting their focus.
12-05-2022 | Insight
Podcast: Rediscovering real assets
Podcast: Rediscovering real assets
There’s far more to real estate than ‘location, location, location’, and investors are taking note.
11-05-2022 | Podcast
Embracing the sustainability revolution in the world of investing
Embracing the sustainability revolution in the world of investing
What does the deep shift to sustainability mean for asset owners and asset managers?
09-05-2022 | Insight
Living wages in the garment industry
Living wages in the garment industry
Payment of living wages can improve workers’ lives whilst having a positive business impact.
09-05-2022 | Insight
REITs: playing in extra time?
REITs: playing in extra time?
They’ve long been seen as defensive, since traditional bricks and mortar can usually survive any downturn.
05-05-2022 | Monthly outlook
Guide to climate fixed income investing
Guide to climate fixed income investing
We've developed a practical solution for investors who are serious about meeting their climate-related goals.
03-05-2022 | Insight
The Essentials of Climate Investing educational module
The Essentials of Climate Investing educational module
Climate change has become one of the biggest issues for investors - and our new online course will make sure you know enough about it.
02-05-2022 | Insight
‘We view engagement as a way for investors to drive incremental positive impact’
‘We view engagement as a way for investors to drive incremental positive impact’
Antonia Sariyska works in the Sustainable and Impact Investing team at UBS Global Wealth Management’s Chief Investment Office.
02-05-2022 | Interview
‘Make, remake and reuse’ – let’s shift to a circular economy
‘Make, remake and reuse’ – let’s shift to a circular economy
The boundless appetite for resources, fueled by linear production and consumption patterns, is exceeding the planet’s regenerative capacity.
02-05-2022 | Video
Quant chart: Meme stock frenzy confirms short-selling signal
Quant chart: Meme stock frenzy confirms short-selling signal
After more than a year following the short squeeze in so-called meme stocks, the informational advantage of short-selling data resurfaces.
29-04-2022 | Insight
Spotlight on mining and palm oil in Q1 Active Ownership report
Spotlight on mining and palm oil in Q1 Active Ownership report
Robeco’s approach to tackling contentious corporate behavior is the main theme in the Active Ownership team’s first-quarter report.
29-04-2022 | Active Ownership Report
Data sets – factor investing in corporate bonds
Data sets – factor investing in corporate bonds
A research-driven approach is at the core of everything we do.
29-04-2022 | Data sets
Sustainability Report 2021: Integrating sustainability into our investments and operations
Sustainability Report 2021: Integrating sustainability into our investments and operations
Robeco’s newly published Sustainability Report details our approach to integrating sustainability in our investments and operations.
28-04-2022 | Insight
Higher risk-free returns do not lead to higher total stock returns
Higher risk-free returns do not lead to higher total stock returns
Our research shows that equity risk premiums tend to be higher when risk-free returns are low, and vice versa.
26-04-2022 | Research
Momentous year for SI highlighted in 2021 Stewardship Report
Momentous year for SI highlighted in 2021 Stewardship Report
A renewed urgency for tackling climate change and biodiversity loss, and a renewed focus on social issues.
25-04-2022 | Active Ownership Report
Single-use plastic: not so fantastic
Single-use plastic: not so fantastic
Single-use plastic products are made within seconds, used just minutes but remain for centuries.
25-04-2022 | Insight
SI Dilemmas: The unexpected debate about weapons
SI Dilemmas: The unexpected debate about weapons
Sustainable investing has never been static.
21-04-2022 | SI Dilemmas
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