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Robeco to appoint Karin van Baardwijk as CEO
Robeco to appoint Karin van Baardwijk as CEO
Karin van Baardwijk has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Robeco from 1 January 2022.
04-10-2021 | News
Sustainability Report 2020: ‘There is no recovery without sustainability’
Sustainability Report 2020: ‘There is no recovery without sustainability’
A commitment to sustainable investing that has become stronger than ever in the era of Covid-19 is highlighted in Robeco’s Sustainability Report 2020.
04-05-2021 | Insight
Robeco commits to net zero carbon ambition by 2050
Robeco commits to net zero carbon ambition by 2050
Robeco is committing to achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions across all its assets under management by 2050.
04-12-2020 | Insight
Robeco ranks first in SI survey of global asset managers
Robeco ranks first in SI survey of global asset managers
Robeco has topped a survey of 75 global asset managers for the quality of its sustainable investing offering and approach.
09-03-2020 | Insight
Webinar replay: ‘Ask me Anything’ on sustainable investing
Webinar replay: ‘Ask me Anything’ on sustainable investing
Gilbert Van Hassel and Masja Zandbergen discuss sustainable investing.
14-11-2019 | Announcement
‘We really have to act now’
‘We really have to act now’
Are we heading for a wall?
18-04-2019 | Interview
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