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Showing the way to Paris-aligned investing
Showing the way to Paris-aligned investing
The race to zero is on.
10-06-2021 | Insight
Podcast: Navigating change and challenge in the asset management industry
Podcast: Navigating change and challenge in the asset management industry
It’s never a dull moment in the asset management industry.
04-06-2021 | Podcast
Low Volatility investing: now more than ever
Low Volatility investing: now more than ever
Low Volatility strategies can handle changes in the investment landscape.
01-06-2021 | Insight
The Big Book of Climate Investing
The Big Book of Climate Investing
Climate change is the biggest threat facing humanity, and is now the single-most important issue for investors.
26-05-2021 | Insight
The Low Volatility effect in China
The Low Volatility effect in China
In our recent study, we uncover the presence of a strong Low Volatility effect in the Chinese A-share market.
19-05-2021 | Insight
‘We must prepare for the worst-case scenarios’
‘We must prepare for the worst-case scenarios’
Bob Litterman is chairman of the Risk Committee and a founding partner of Kepos Capital in New York.
18-05-2021 | Interview
Spring has sprung for Value investing
Spring has sprung for Value investing
Despite the recent rally in cheap stocks, we believe the Value upswing still has a way to go.
12-05-2021 | Insight
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
There’s no quant crisis in credits
There’s no quant crisis in credits
Quant strategies have performed well in credits.
01-04-2021 | Insight
Climate change and Covid-19 lead Stewardship Report
Climate change and Covid-19 lead Stewardship Report
A tumultuous year that saw sustainable investing become mainstream is reviewed in Robeco’s Stewardship Report for 2020.
29-03-2021 | Active Ownership Report
Robeco publishes 2021 Global Climate Survey
Robeco publishes 2021 Global Climate Survey
Tackling climate change has become the number one priority for investors.
26-03-2021 | Insight
The rising tide of Value won’t lift all boats equally
The rising tide of Value won’t lift all boats equally
The recent Value upswing has provided renewed hope of a comeback and ideal conditions for deep and consistent exposures to the style.
25-03-2021 | Insight
Assessing the downsides that investments can have
Assessing the downsides that investments can have
Sustainable investments are made to gain returns in a way that does not harm the planet or society.
24-03-2021 | Insight
Climate Series – don’t miss a thing
Climate Series – don’t miss a thing
Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing the world today.
19-03-2021 | Insight
Disclosing sustainability risk in portfolios
Disclosing sustainability risk in portfolios
A new regulatory framework will shake up sustainable investment across the EU this year.
17-03-2021 | Insight
Results of EU fund classification reflect sustainability of Robeco’s fund range
Results of EU fund classification reflect sustainability of Robeco’s fund range
Investment funds are getting a huge shake-up under new EU rules that will prove how sustainable they really are.
10-03-2021 | Insight
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.
01-03-2021 | Data sets
Spring has to come simply because economic fundamentals require it
Spring has to come simply because economic fundamentals require it
How do you perceive the quant equity winter?
26-02-2021 | Interview
We will set five-year carbon footprint reduction goals
We will set five-year carbon footprint reduction goals
Decarbonization in the making.
22-02-2021 | Interview
ETFs have yet to prove that they can beat active funds
ETFs have yet to prove that they can beat active funds
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are commonly regarded as efficient, low-cost alternatives to actively managed mutual funds.
18-02-2021 | Research
How regulation will enhance sustainable investing in 2021
How regulation will enhance sustainable investing in 2021
Integrating sustainability into investments will become much higher profile under new EU regulations that take effect this year.
17-02-2021 | Insight
The quant equity crisis of 2018-2020: Cornered by ‘big growth’
The quant equity crisis of 2018-2020: Cornered by ‘big growth’
The 2018-2020 quant equity crisis posed an exceptional challenge to quantitative managers due to a rare combination of circumstances.
16-02-2021 | Research
2020 – the year that ESG finally became mainstream
2020 – the year that ESG finally became mainstream
I can still recall that 10 to 15 years ago, the sustainability community including myself would say: “One day, ESG will become mainstream”.
11-02-2021 | Column
Sustainability Yearbook 2021: 7,000 companies, 70 gold medalists
Sustainability Yearbook 2021: 7,000 companies, 70 gold medalists
S&P Global has published its annual yearbook showcasing the sustainability performance of the world’s largest companies.
10-02-2021 | Insight
What’s up with Momentum?
What’s up with Momentum?
Momentum had its ‘shot of momentum’ in 2020.
04-02-2021 | Insight
When equity factors drop their shorts
When equity factors drop their shorts
How can you best construct an equity market neutral portfolio using a factor-investing approach?
01-02-2021 | Insight
Net zero carbon ambition leads Q4 Active Ownership report
Net zero carbon ambition leads Q4 Active Ownership report
Decarbonizing industry to meet net zero ambitions leads the coverage in Robeco’s Q4 Active Ownership report.
29-01-2021 | Active Ownership Report
Factor investing debates: Do big data and AI herald a new dawn for quant?
Factor investing debates: Do big data and AI herald a new dawn for quant?
Factor investing is based on decades of publicly available empirical studies.
11-01-2021 | Insight
Data sets - the idiosyncratic momentum factor
Data sets - the idiosyncratic momentum factor
A research-driven approach is at the core of everything we do.
31-12-2020 | Data sets
Has Low Volatility lost its mojo?
Has Low Volatility lost its mojo?
2020 has been a difficult year for Low Volatility investors and this year’s performance has been truly challenging, amounting to a period of soul searching.
21-12-2020 | Insight
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