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Robeco sponsors the world’s gauge for sustainable investing

Robeco sponsors the world’s gauge for sustainable investing

19-07-2021 | Announcement
On July 19, the Global Sustainable Investment Alliance (GSIA) unveils its long-awaited Global Sustainable Investment Review 2020, the most cited global market study on sustainable investing. Robeco is proud to be a sponsor for the review’s most recent edition.
  • Sharolyn  Reynard
    Sharolyn
    Reynard
    Investment Writer

Since 2012, the GSIA has published its biennial review which reveals how sustainable investing has evolved in major financial markets over the preceding two years. It is the world’s definitive source for measuring the global state of responsible investments and covers both retail and institutional markets.

Since the last edition in 2018, the world has been battered by a viral pandemic which paralyzed citizens and shutdown economies. Find out how recent events have impacted investor sentiment and asset flows in sustainable investing.

We put climate change into perspective.

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Highlights include:

  • Global sustainable investment has grown (+15%) since 2018 to reach US$35.3 trillion
  • Sustainable investment now makes up more than one third of global capital markets
  • Sustainable investment is increasingly being defined not just by its strategies, but by short & long term impacts

The Global Sustainable Investment Review Review 2020 gives a comprehensive overview of the size, growth and dynamics of the sustainable investment industry in the world’s major developed markets as well as special regional reports in developing markets.

Robeco’s nearly three-decade deep history in sustainable research and investing provides us with unique expertise to contribute to and collaborate with a global community of investors who, like us, understand the power of financial markets to promote social and environmental progress on a global scale.

Please join us in reading the gauge and spreading the message.

An official launch webinar will be held on Monday, July 19 at 9:30 EST / 14:30 BST / 15:30 CEST / 22:30 HKT / 23:30 JST.

Please visit the Global Sustainable Investment Alliance to register or replay the launch.

Read the full report here

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