The title says it all. In The Big Book of SI, we analyze sustainability investing today and examine the trends that will shape our future. This new publication also gives investors guidelines on implementation, includes interviews with experts and client cases, and highlights the link between ESG integration and performance. All that in just 102 pages.
Download our Expected Returns 2019-2023 report (116 pages). This publication includes our five-year investment outlook for all major asset classes. In five special features we also look at some of the tough questions professional investors face today.
This year we expect the markets to have two faces. The bright economic picture is expected to be overshadowed by concerns that this long bull market will soon end; think rising interest rates, protectionism, Italy, Brexit. Investors would be well-advised to prepare for these concerns becoming reality.
Learning from history: an easy-to-read and concise financial history of Europe, divided into different chapters which can be all read separately.
This book features in-depth interviews with nine high-profile academics (including Stephen Schaefer, Elroy Dimson and Jason Hsu) on the research, theory and implementation of factor investing strategies.
This guide will help you find your way through the many different options available to invest in emerging markets, including the integration of sustainability criteria.
In this booklet, Head of Quant Credits Patrick Houweling looks at the origins of factor investing and its increasing application in the corporate bond markets, before moving on to bond-specific implementation challenges and the ways in which credit factor strategies can be customized.
Interest in sustainability investing has picked up massively in recent years, and with the growing interest has come a growing misconception of what people think it means.
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