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Hitch your wagon to the stars of emerging markets
Emerging Markets

Hitch your wagon to the stars of emerging markets

Emerging markets have undergone radical changes since the term was first coined in the 1980s. They now show signs of stability and maturity. Combined with dynamic growth prospects, this has turned them into a must-have for investors. Our Sustainable Emerging Stars strategy looks for the most promising stocks both from a return and a sustainability perspective.

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  • Measuring ESG’s impact on stock performance

    Rising demand for sustainable investment solutions stresses the need to measure ESG’s real impact on investment performance. Yet this is easier said than done.

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  • Guide to emerging markets investing

    We explain why emerging markets equities can be a valuable addition to global equity portfolios, and discuss several ways to gain exposure to this multi-faceted asset class.

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  • China: charting the course to carbon neutrality

    Making the world’s largest CO2 emitter carbon neutral will be no mean feat. But the formidable challenges associated with the transition also come with many investment opportunities.

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Looking for the brightest Stars in the post-Covid world

  • In our latest webinar, Hauke Ris and Jaap van der Hart discuss the likely impact of SFDR reporting, the infrastructure spending in the European Green Deal and in the American Jobs Plan, and how global markets are doing generally. They outline what this all means for the Emerging Stars Equities, Sustainable Global Stars Equities and Sustainable Emerging Stars Equities strategies.

  • During the session, we covered:

    • How the Robeco Stars Equities range is positioned for the post-Covid world
    • The opportunities offered by varying market conditions from country to country 
    • Why regulation will make sustainable investing the norm rather than the exception
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Why invest in the Sustainable Emerging Stars Equities strategy?

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Guide to emerging markets investing

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