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Sustainability Investing

ESG investing

We integrate environmental, social and governance criteria into the majority of our investment processes, for fundamental and quantitative strategies over a range of asset classes. We’re convinced that this approach leads to better-informed investment decisions and is therefore vital in creating value for our clients.
Seven steps to ESG integration

ESG investing: making better-informed investment decisions

  • 1990s We start pioneering
    A leader in sustainability integration
  • A+ On main PRI scores
    First-rate ESG integration across asset classes
  • € 102 bn Assets integrating ESG
    At the forefront of a growing movement
Webinar: Getting alpha out of SDG Credit Investing
Webinar: Getting alpha out of SDG Credit Investing
In the next episode of our webinar series, we look at how the SDGs fit into credit portfolios.
10-09-2019 | Webinar
Paying fair wages is part of sustainability
Paying fair wages is part of sustainability
Sustainability is more than just climate change – it’s also about protecting the social fabric of society.
10-09-2019 | Insight
Greenland loses 11 billion tons of ice in one day
Greenland loses 11 billion tons of ice in one day
The scale of global warming has been laid bare by the effect of the summer’s heatwave on the Arctic.
03-09-2019 | Stunning statistics
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