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Time for the Asia-Pacific green bond market to step up to the challenge
Time for the Asia-Pacific green bond market to step up to the challenge
Green bond issuance in the region has grown enormously.
01-08-2022 | Insight
Sustainable investing for insurers
Sustainable investing for insurers
The way in which insurers are treating sustainability and climate change has become more focused, a study by Milliman has revealed.
14-06-2022 | Insight
Implementing a matching adjustment in Singapore and Hong Kong
Implementing a matching adjustment in Singapore and Hong Kong
Insurers face a complex framework when it comes to ensuring they have enough assets to meet their future liabilities.
18-05-2022 | Insight
Climate engagements highlighted in Q1 Active Ownership report
Climate engagements highlighted in Q1 Active Ownership report
A double feature on climate work with banks and high-carbon emitters leads the Active Ownership team’s Q1 report.
04-05-2021 | Active Ownership Report
Sustainability trends in Asia present investor opportunities
Sustainability trends in Asia present investor opportunities
There are numerous developments in the Asian region that bode well for sustainable investing, says Arnout van Rijn, Robeco’s CIO Asia Pacific.
16-04-2021 | Video
The spy in the sky for deforestation
The spy in the sky for deforestation
Robeco has teamed up with a satellite data company to detect deforestation in palm oil plantations.
15-11-2019 | Insight
The drone that can plant millions of trees
The drone that can plant millions of trees
A drone that can carpet bomb 100,000 tree seeds a day may solve the issue of deforestation in remote areas.
03-01-2019 | Stunning statistics
Fact or fiction: SI does not work in emerging markets
Fact or fiction: SI does not work in emerging markets
Sustainable investing is well established in the West, though some doubt whether it can work in emerging markets battling with bigger issues.
08-08-2018 | Insight
Robeco wins Asian Equities mandate
Robeco wins Asian Equities mandate
03-08-2017 | Press release
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