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Webinar replay: ‘Ask me Anything’ on sustainable investing

Webinar replay: ‘Ask me Anything’ on sustainable investing

14-11-2019 | Announcement

Gilbert Van Hassel and Masja Zandbergen discuss sustainable investing.

  • G.O.J.M. (Gilbert)  Van Hassel
    G.O.J.M. (Gilbert)
    Van Hassel
    Chief Executive Officer
  • Masja Zandbergen - Albers
    Masja
    Zandbergen - Albers
    Head of sustainability integration

Robeco CEO Gilbert Van Hassel and Head of ESG Integration, Masja Zandbergen, discussed the practicalities of sustainable investing and answered questions from the audience in this live webinar.

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